The Head of the Libyan Presidential Council Fayez Al-Sirraj held a meeting on Tuesday to review procedures for the return of Turkish firms and investments to Libya.
The meeting was attended by several officials who are related to the procedures, including the Minister of Planning, Central Bank, Audit Bureau and stocks market representatives.
The meeting discussed projects of infrastructure that have been suspended and await resumption by Turkish firms, which left Libya due to security reasons.
The projects include energy sector, electricity and other areas that need urgent attention to prvide better services to the Libyan people.
Al-Sirraj reiterated in the meeting the importance of resuming suspended projects by Turkish firms, hoping that the return of Turkish investments could open the door for a calculated partnership between the two friend countries, saying it could also include the private sector in Libya.