China considering reopening embassy in Libyan capital


Posted – 31st March 2021

The Chinese ambassador to Libya, Li Zhiguo, said his country wants to reopen its embassy in Tripoli as soon as possible to start working from inside the country so that there can be more cooperation.

The remarks came in a meeting with the deputy head of the Presidential Council, Abdullah Al-Lafi, in which they discussed the Coronavirus situation and China’s role in providing Covid-19 vaccines to Libya in coordination with the Government of National Unity.

The Chinese ambassador reiterated his country’s readiness to support Libya’s economy and help in reconstruction projects, while Al-Lafi reiterated the importance of reopening Beijing’s embassy and providing visas to Libyans.

The two sides also discussed issues of joint interest in economic and technical fields, especially in telecommunications and electricity.

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