By Sami Zaptia.
London, 21 June 2021:
Libya’s Ministry of Economy and Trade is considering the resumption of work in Libya by the five largest Turkish contractors.
This came during a meeting of the Ministry’s Legal Adviser, Shader Abdel Hamid El Seid, with the Commercial Counsellor at the Turkish Embassy in Libya, Yusef Yildiz, last Thursday at the Ministry’s Tripoli headquarters.
The Ministry reported that the meeting reviewed a number of Turkish holding companies wishing to resume their work in Libya and discuss the obstacles they face and the role assigned to the Ministry of Economy and Trade in overcoming them by taking the necessary measures and procedures in accordance with legal frameworks.
The legal advisor to the Minister indicated that the meeting comes in implementation of the recommendations of the Minister and what was agreed upon during his meeting with the Turkish ambassador in the past days regarding the return of Turkish companies and the selection of five of them as a first stage so that they can resume their work in Libya as soon as possible.