(Al-Dabaiba) pledges to pay off debts to Tunisia worth $250 million before the end of the yearPulbished on:
Tunisia, December 1, 2022 (LANA) - The head of the national unity government, Abdul Hamid al-Dabiba, pledged to pay the debts owed by the Libyan state to Tunisia, amounting to 250 million dollars.
In a meeting with the Tunisian Federation of Industry and Trade, on the sidelines of his government's visit to Tunisia, today, Thursday, Al-Dabaiba said that we seek to have our relationship with our brothers in Tunisia based on integration between the two countries.
He added that his government will pay the debts owed by the Libyan state to Tunisia, amounting to 250 million dollars, before the end of this year, including 85 million dollars for the electricity sector, 30 million dollars for the civil aviation sector, and 85 million dollars for Tunisian clinics.
Al-Dabaiba stressed that the national unity government seeks to resolve some complications in the work of the two governments and facilitate the movement of businessmen in the two countries in a way that serves the common interest of the two brotherly peoples.
The head of the national unity government, accompanied by a large ministerial delegation, visited Tunisia, during which he met with Tunisian President Kais Saied and Prime Minister Naglaa Bouthen.
During this visit, Libya and Tunisia signed a number of joint cooperation agreements in the health, economic, security, transportation, housing and construction fields.