Eight Korean engineers arrived in Tripoli on Wednesday, to help Libya to recover the water supply after the facilities and equipment were damaged and looted during the eight-month long of the conflict that ousted former leader Muammar Al Qathafi from power.
The Korean experts been sent to Libya on the request of former interim prime minister in the National Transitional Council, Mahmoud Jibril made to the foreign minister of the Republic of Korea Sungwhan Kim on September 2 in Paris. Two more experts will join the recovery project team in December.
The experts will stay in Libya for six months. For the duration of their stay they will play a key role in diagnosing the current situation of the Man-made River project, prepare the strategic plan for the future of the project, and also meet the country's currently urgent technical needs in the sector.
(Source: The Tripoli Post)