The Libya Herald reports that the Libyan Post and Telecommunications Information Technology Company (LPTIC) has held a series of meetings in Malta with representatives of major telecom and IT companies.
LPTIC is the state-owned holding company controlling all its major telecoms companies such as Al-Madar mobile, Libyana mobile and internet service provider LTT.
The company said the meetings were held "in order to develop an integrated plan of action and timetable for the companies to return to Libya and resume their strategic projects within the country ... The meetings’ primary goal was to develop an integrated strategy for the maintenance and improved performance of Libya’s current ICT networks and infrastructure, a large part of which has been impacted due to the country’s security situation."
Among the companies met were Ericsson, Nokia, Alcatel Lucent, Motorola, Samsung, Huawei and ZTE.
(Source: Libya Herald)
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