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Britain seeks increase in trade volume with Libya

The Address | Benghazi – Libya

On Sunday, Henry Bellingham, British trade envoy to Libya, emphasized Britain’s keenness to upsurge trade exchange with Libya and bring into effect previously contracted deals between both nations.

Bellingham made his comments during a meeting with Ahmed Maiteeq, Libya’s deputy prime minister, in the capital Tripoli, according to a statement released by Maiteeq’s information and communications office.

The statement stated, “The envoy stressed his country’s aspiration to strengthen and develop cooperation relations with Libya in all fields, and to increase the rate of trade exchange and activate previous agreements of health, education and energy sectors”.

The two officials also decided to hold meetings between specialists from both nations frequently to determine the priorities of the ventures to be launched, the statement clarified.


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