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Libya has Rabat's first international economic forum in Morocco



The work of the first Libyan International Economic and Investment Forum in Morocco opened on Monday in Rabat, involving more than 400 people from 12 countries representing the public and private sectors and the various economic areas of Libya

this international event, the first of its kind, initiated under the Libyan Presidency in collaboration with the Moroccan Ministry of Industry, Commerce, Green and Digital Economy, focuses on the theme "Towards a healthy economic partnership"

Morocco's choice to host these two -day economic event depends on the leading role of the Kingdom in supporting and achieving the inter-Libyan dialogue that has taken place. held in Skhirat and culminated with the signing of the Libyan political agreement in December 201

5, the CEO of this event said Al-Mahdi Abdelaâti in a statement to MAP.

Through this event, Libya intends to draw inspiration from Morocco's pioneering investment development experience, he added, noting that the Kingdom is an important player in the Maghreb region. plays a pioneering role at the level of the African continent and has excellent relations with several countries of the world, including the European Union.

"This Moroccan experience can open new perspectives on relations between Morocco and Libya and contribute to further foster cooperation and economic exchange between the two countries," he said.

The work on this forum is organized around several work sessions focusing on the most important challenges for the economy. Libyan. Various topics will be discussed at this time, including the future directions for the oil and gas and renewable energy sectors in Libya and the promising investment opportunities offered in this area.

Participants will also need to discuss possible opportunities to invest in this area. strengthen investment and confidence between the Libyan private sector and international economic operators, in particular through the signing of cooperation agreements and memoranda of understanding between Libyan companies and their international counterparts.

The Forum provides this purpose B2B meetings to enable large Libyan economic operators to establish business contacts with international investors

November 11, 2019 to 15:14

Amended on November 11, 2019 kl. 15:15


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