The Prime Minister of the Government of National Unity (GNU), Abdul Hamid Dbeibah, and his Maltese counterpart Robert Abela agreed to increase the number of investments between both countries and to also issue a number of measures that contribute to supporting residency, visas and various banking procedures.
Dbeibah further explained, during a press conference that an agreement was signed between the two Ministries of Transport, on reopening air travel between both countries depending on the completion of preparations of all necessary protocols on the subject.
The Libyan PM added that a meeting was held between the Ministers of Interior, Justice and Defense, to discuss various relevant files regarding the Libyan community and to address some files related to smuggling and to concur on holding the Libyan-Maltese Joint High Committee and methods to activate it.
Amongst the agreements with Malta, according to Dbeibah, is how to benefit from the Libyan Capacity Building Center located in Malta, in order to carry out specialized training in various fields in cooperation with Maltese institutions, along with joint cooperation in the field of providing anti-Coronavirus vaccines to provide protection from the pandemic, according to the availability in both countries.
Dbeibah, along with his accompanying delegation arrived in Malta on Thursday evening for discussions with the Maltese PM Abela.