Libya, determined to release the potential of the private sector, is open to Tunisian companies, said the prime minister of Libya under the Government of National Unity (GNU)Abdelhamid Dbeibah.
Speaking during a meeting held on Thursday at the headquarters of the Tunisian Union of Industry, Trade and Crafts (UTICA) in the attendance of Tunisian businessmen and Libyan ministers and officials of structures Executive, Dbeibah added that any cooperation between the private sectors of the two countries will be welcome.
Dabaiba added that Tunisian companies can likewise provide administrative and technical support from the technical workforce to their Libyan counterparts. He noted as an example public works areas, infrastructure projects, health care establishments, pharmaceutical sector management, the food industry and electrical connection.
“There are no barriers or borders that can affect or disrupt Tunisian-Libyan relations. The Libyans were backed by their Tunisian brothers during the crises crossed,” he recalled. He added that his country is currently in the construction stage and needs the expertise and skills of Tunisian and Tunisian companies.