By John Lee.
South Korean construction companies have visited Tripoli to assess whether they can restart work on three power station projects said to be worth LD 4 billion.
According to Libya Herald, Hyundai and Doosan were building the 1400-MW Khaleej Power station at Sirte, which began in 2007; Daewoo was building the power station at Zueitina; and Hyundai was expanding the Tripoli West station.
The delegation met with Presidency Council head Faiez Serraj and co-deputy PC head Ahmed Maetig, to discuss the possibility of construction work recommencing.
(Sources: Libya Herald, Office of the Prime Minister)