Foreign Affairs hopes to expedite the opening of airspace with Malta
Libya's Minister of Foreign Affairs met with Malta's Ambassador to Libya to discuss joint cooperation and the possibility of reopening the airspace between the two countries
The Minister for Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Najla Al-Mamgoush, met with the Ambassador of the Republic of Malta to Libya, Charles Saliba, at the Ministry’s headquarters in Tripoli.
The Minister stated that the situation in Libya was going well, particularly with a united Government of National Unity representing and working for all Libyans, as needed by the stage leading up to the next elections on December 24.
In this regard, the Ambassador emphasized his country’s readiness to offer all types of support to the benefit, as stated by the Ministry’s information office.
During the discussion, it was discussed how to make it easier for Libyan people who want to visit Malta to get visas. It was also critical to speed up the opening of airspace between the two nations by exchanging flights.
At the end of the meeting, the Minister said that there was continuing communication with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Malta to share views on different topics of common interest, particularly collaboration in various sectors as an important economic partner of Libya.
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