Deputy Prime Minister meets French ambassador in Tripoli
The Deputy Prime Minister of the Government of National Unity (GNU), Ramadan Bu Jannah, received, Monday, French Ambassador to Libya, Beatrice Duhlin, to discuss cooperation aspects between the two countries.
During this meeting, Abu Janah praised France’s role in working to resolve Libyan issues, supporting national reconciliation efforts, and converging views between all Libyan parties. The meeting dealt with aspects of joint cooperation between the two countries, and ways of enhancing them to serve the interests of both countries, especially in the fields of education, health and transportation, in addition to exchanging experiences between Libyan and French youth.
The acting Prime Minister stressed the depth of relations between Libya and France, expressing his aspiration for more cooperation to serve the interests of both countries and achieve stability, pointing to the steps taken by the government to ensure that elections are held without hindrances.
For her part, the ambassador indicated her country’s keenness to enhance the existing cooperation to serve the interests and aspirations of the two countries, praising the efforts of the national unity government in working to unify state institutions and lay the foundations for national reconciliation in preparation for the electoral process to achieve lasting stability in the country.
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