Libyan PM reviews work plan proposed by World Bank


Posted – 24th August 2021

The Libyan Prime Minister Abdul-Hamid Dbeibah met Monday with a World Bank delegation and discussed cooperation between Libyan institutions and the World Bank as well as endorsing a work plan proposed for Libya to be executed in coordination with relevant ministries.

Dbeibah reiterated the need for cooperation between the Libyan Central Bank and National Oil Corporation with the World Bank to create tangible and good investment opportunities for national economy.

The meeting was attended by the Libyan Minister of Finance Khaled Al-Mabrouk, State Minister for Cabinet Affairs Adel Jumua and a number of officials. A resident representative of the World Bank in Libya was also appointed.

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