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The American embassy in Tripoli welcomes the resumption of export of Libyan oil.

The Embassy of the United States of America in Libya on Friday welcomed the announcement of the Libyan National Oil Corporation to lift the force majeure for oil installations in Libya.

The embassy announced in a statement issued by it, that it welcomes cooperation with the United Nations Support Mission in Libya to ensure that revenue is not embezzled and preserved for the benefit of the Libyan people, praising the efforts of all Libyan parties to facilitate the operations of the National Oil Corporation.

The embassy confirmed that it will continue to support financial transparency in Libya, through the dialogue led by the United Nations, and enhance mutual understanding between the Libyans on the equitable distribution of oil and gas revenues, according to the statement.

It is worth noting that the National Oil Corporation announced on, Friday, the lifting of force majeure on all oil exports from Libya, and that the tanker, “Crete Bastion” will be the first ship to load from the Sidra oil port.

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