The meeting of the preparatory committee for the meetings of the Libyan-Egyptian joint committee kicked off in Cairo on Monday. The committee’s meetings will start on Thursday.
The committee’s first sessions will be attended by Prime Minister Mustafa Madbouly and his Libyan counterpart Abdel-Hamid Dabaiba. The two sides will discuss strengthening bilateral relations and agreements between the two countries.
Earlier this month, Rania Al-Mashat, Minister of International Cooperation met with Mohamed Al-Hweij, Libyan Minister of Economy and Trade. The meeting was attended by Salama Al-Ghwail, the Libyan Minister of State for Economic Affairs.
During the meeting, they discussed bilateral relations and joint economic and technical cooperation between the two countries.
The meeting came in light of the ministerial preparatory committee for the meetings of the Libyan-Egyptian joint committee. The preparatory committee will discuss the ongoing preparations of the 11th session of the Egyptian-Libyan Joint Higher Committee.
The two ministers reviewed proposals for activating bilateral cooperation frameworks to instigate and maintain the new period of relations that shall perpetuate cooperation between the two countries.
These endeavors contribute to building back better in Libya; benefiting from the great economic potentials both countries have; and capitalizing on the distinguished geographical proximity that paves the way for promising economic partnerships.