Algeria to resume flights to Libya, reopen embassy in Tripoli soon
The Algerian government is mulling over resumption of flights and sea journeys to Libya after the latter’s authorities had lodged a request urging the Algerian authorities to do so, according to the Algerian Elmihwer newspaper.
Algeria has agreed to resume the flights with Libya after the visit that was paid to Libya by the Algerian Minister of Maghreb and African Affairs, Abdelkader Messahel, who held panoramic meetings across Libya discussing triggering off the joint commercial projects and agreements between the two countries.
According to the newspaper, during the visit of the Head of the Presidential Council of the Government of National Accord, Fayez Al-Serraj to Algeria, there had been some talks about the resumption of flights to Libya and reopening Algerian embassy in Tripoli.
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