The Libyan Minister of Transportation Milad Matouq and Italian ambassador Giuseppe Buccino reviewed Sunday the ways possible to resolve the issues facing the implementation of Ras Ajdair-Emsaad Motorway project that's supposed to be done by Italy.
The discussion came in the presence of the Libyan team of the Libyan-Italian Joint Committee that is tasked with following closely the work of the project, which is part of the Friendship Agreement between the two countries.
Ean Libya news website reported a European source as saying that the UN envoy to Libya Ghassan Salame was pressured by France in order to meet with Khalifa Haftar in Al-Rajma, near Benghazi, especially after he became a political outcast in western Libya and by the Head of the Presidential Council Fayez Al-Sirraj.
The Libyan National Oil Corporation (NOC) has voiced concerns about the recent calls for the shutdown of national oil production.
NOC said on Saturday in a statement that this crucial source of income to the state, vital to all Libyans, (oil) must remain de-politicized and uninterrupted to ensure that basic fundamental services are financed and continue to be provided to citizens across the country.