The Libyan Health Minister, Ali Al-Zanati, has went over cooperation opportunities with US companies to develop the Libyan healthcare sector. The meeting was also attended by the US ambassador, Richard Norland.
The Libyan Health Ministry reiterated readiness to cooperate with US firms in providing medicine, medical equipment, and cutting-edge medical systems.
The US firms proposed building hospitals, managing them and training Libyan medical staff, in addition to assisting Libyans in combating Coronavirus and providing vaccines, as well as using US expertise in the health sector, which will reflect positively on the country’s healthcare services, which the Minister said was not good enough.
"My visits to healthcare facilities are me see the real problems of the health sector in Libya." He added.