Dabeiba to attend Italy economic conference during his visit to Rome
Libya's Prime Minister is set to take part in an Italian Economic Conference during his upcoming visit to Rome tomorrow
The Italian Foreign Ministry stated that it will conduct an economic conference titled “the new Libya presents itself to Italian businesses,” to coincide with Libyan Prime Minister Abdelhamid Dbaiba’s expected visit to Rome on Monday.
Dbaiba and Italian Foreign Minister Luigi Di Maio will speak at the conference, which is being organized by Italian Foreign Ministry Undersecretary Manlio Di Stefano.
Di Maio visited Tripoli with a European Union (EU) group, where he expressed the EU’s readiness to engage with a “new Libya” in a variety of areas, emphasizing the new Libya’s support for restoring stability and economic development within a stable political framework.
“Indeed, it is critical to progressively transition from a logic centred primarily on sea border control to a more comprehensive approach that includes the capability to regulate irregular entrance routes over Libya’s southern borders,” Di Maio said during the joint press conference in Tripoli.
“Clearly, all actions in this field must adhere to international standards and human rights, beginning with the most vulnerable people’s rights,” he added.
Italy’s top minister reaffirmed his country’s willingness to collaborate with Libyan authorities on the issue of migration. He emphasized that the EU wishes for the “developing new Libya” to become a genuine and effective partner.
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