Canada’s Ambassador and GNA’s FM discuss bilateral relations & joint cooperation

The Address | Benghazi – Libya

TRIPOLI – Canada’s ambassador to Libya, Hilary Childs-Adams, was received on Wednesday by Foreign Minister of the Tripoli-based Government of National Accord (GNA), Mohamed Taher Siala, at the Foreign Ministry’s headquarters in Tripoli.

According to a statement by GNA’s Foreign Media Office, the two diplomats “discussed ways of developing bilateral relations and cooperation between the two friendly countries in various fields, including education and scientific research, as well as overcoming the difficulties facing the Libyans when applying for a Canadian visa.”

Childs-Adams stressed the importance of joint cooperation between Canada and Libya and the return of Canadian companies to resume their work in Libya in various fields.

Siala, for his part, stressed the importance of having the Canadian Embassy resume its work from the capital Tripoli “in light of the improvement of security conditions.”


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