Governor of Libya’s Central Bank meets his Tunisian counterpart to review cooperation
The Governor of the Central Bank of Libya (CBL) Al-Sidiq Al-Kabeer met in Tunisia on Saturday with his Tunisian counterpart Marwan Al-Abbasi to discuss mutual economic relations.
CBL said the meeting focused on kick-starting the projects agreed upon between Libyan and Tunisian CBs and the results of the meeting of Arab Maghreb central banks.
The meeting also touched upon areas of cooperation in the fields of economy, finance, online payment systems, and fighting money laundering and funding terrorism.
The Head of the Libyan Presidential Council Fayez Al-Sirraj met with the Governor Al-Kabeer last week to discuss the current economic situation in the country.
The meeting on Thursday reviewed, according to Al-Sirraj’s media office, the response of the CBL to the needs of the Libyan people amid the current conflict.
Al-Sirraj and Al-Kabeer also discussed the measures taken to alleviate the suffering of the IDPs in Tripoli and elsewhere as well as the medical treatment of the injured persons.
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