China has expressed readiness to have its construction companies complete the projects in the transportation sector it agreed upon with Libya before the uprising in 2011 brought them to a halt.
The announcement was made by the Chargé d’Affairs at the Chinese Embassy in Libya, Liu Jian, during his meeting with Minister of Transport Mohammed Shahoubi in Tripoli on Wednesday.
Welcoming the Chinese diplomatic delegation, Al-Shahoubi commended the robust and cordial relationship between the two countries in various fields.
According to the Ministry of Transport, the two sides reviewed the terms of a previous meeting held in November 2021 with the former Charge d’Affaires of China in Libya.
Liu Jian confirmed China’s readiness to finish the stalled projects in the transportation sector, which they had long contracted for.
Recently, Minister Al-Shahoubi extended an invitation to Chinese companies to resume operations in Libya, complete suspended projects, aid reconstruction efforts, and foster further collaboration between the two nations.
Source: Libya Observer