Greek Foreign Minister Dimitris Avramopoulos will be visiting Libya tomorrow (Thursday) to discuss strengthening Greek-Libyan cooperation in various fields including the economy, services, energy and trade, reports Tripoli Post.
A statement issued by the Greek embassy in Tripoli said Mr. Avramopoulos’ visit "derives from Greece’s determination to do everything in its power to support the Libyan efforts towards reconstruction and political transition towards democracy, in the midst of the changing landscape in the wider region of North Africa.
"A number of Greek enterprises have remained active in Libya despite the recent strife, contributing to the country’s recovery and development. Greece wants to capitalize on the potential for further cooperation and synergies that can benefit the Greek and Libyan peoples, who have longstanding relations of friendship and mutual respect."
(Source: Tripoli Post)