By Sami Zaptia.
London, 7 October 2021:
The Minister of Industry and Minerals, Ahmed Abuhisa, met at the Ministry’s Tripoli headquarters on Tuesday with the Chairman of the Preparatory Committee for the “Made in Libya” Exhibition, the Chairman of the Libyan Industry Union (LIU) and the Head of the Military Industrialization Authority
The meeting dealt with several files, including how to cooperate between the Military Industrialization Authority and the Ministry of Industry in the framework of developing and localizing industry, as the Military Industrialization Authority includes several large industrial complexes that contain thousands of industrial machines.
The meeting also touched on the latest preparations for the exhibition scheduled to be held in November, which will be under the banner ‘‘Made in Libya’’, where the Chairman of the Preparatory Committee for the exhibition and the President of the LIU confirmed that the procedures are progressing normally.
The Minister stressed the need to complete all procedures and preparations in order for this major event to take place on time, stressing the ministry’s readiness to provide the necessary support.
‘‘Made in Libya’’ to be held in Tunis
It will be recalled that the maiden ‘‘Made in Libya’’ event was first revealed by Minister Abuhisa in July this year. The event is co-organized by the LIU and involves 150 Libyan companies and entities and is to be held in Tunis.
The event is aimed at activating partnerships and integration between Tunisia and Libya. It will also work to crystallize a common approach towards African, European and other markets to achieve Tunisian-Libyan economic pairing at local, regional and international levels.
Technical workshops will be organized and activated between the two sides as a result of the event.