It seems that the prospects for fruitful and constructive cooperation between Libya and Egypt have begun to bear fruit. After the Egyptian delegation visited Tripoli a few days ago, which is the first visit of a high-level delegation since 2014, a number of Libyan businessmen want to visit Cairo; To discuss ways to develop and strengthen the mutual bilateral relations between their Egyptian counterparts in a way that serves the interests of the people of the two countries.
Chairman of the Board of Directors of the General Federation of Chambers of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture, Mohamed Al-Raedh, said: A delegation of Libyan businessmen will visit Egypt next February. To discuss several important matters with their Egyptian counterparts and a number of ministries officials.
Al-Raedh explained, in a statement to Arraed, that the case is open to all businessmen to participate. In order to facilitate the Libyan-Egyptian cooperation in several aspects, pointing out that the visit includes sitting with a number of ministers; To overcome the difficulties between the two countries in terms of economic cooperation.
Last December, Minister of Interior Fathi Bashagha discussed with the Egyptian delegation that visited Tripoli for the first time since 2014, common security challenges, and ways to enhance security cooperation between the two countries, according to the official page of the Ministry of Interior.
Bashagha discussed with the delegation, in the presence of the head of the intelligence service, Imad Trabelsi, ways to support the ceasefire agreement and the outputs of the 5 + 5 committee. In order to support the international efforts on political dialogue, and to get out of the current crisis by political and peaceful means.
Foreign Ministry spokesman Mohammed al-Qiblawi said: that they discussed with the Egyptian delegation to activate air navigation, by opening the air flights between Tripoli and Cairo, providing Egyptian consular services from inside Tripoli, and discussing residence fees for citizens, which is a first start towards restoring diplomatic relations to their normal form.
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said in a press statement carried by Anadolu Agency last December that the visit of the Egyptian delegation to Libya recently is not related to the visit of Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar to Tripoli, indicating that his country is seeking to define a roadmap with Egypt regarding their future bilateral relations. .
Cavusoglu added that communication with Egypt at the intelligence level has not stopped, as well as the existing dialogue between the two foreign ministries, indicating that there are efforts to move according to the principle of non-conflict in international forums.