September 17, Cairo (Prensa Latina) Egypt and Libya have signed 14 Memorandums of Understanding and six agreements in various socio-economic areas, according to an official source, as part of their attempts to reestablish bilateral relations
According to a statement, the treaties were signed during the joint upper committee’s 11th round of negotiations, which included Egyptian Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly and his Libyan counterpart Abdul Hamid Dbeibah.
Agriculture, social solidarity, civil aviation safety, oil and gas, maritime pollution management, housing, construction, and youth, as well as sports, are all included in the texts.
Dbeibah was met by Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi on Thursday, who expressed Cairo’s desire to support the neighboring country in the December elections, which will elect the country’s highest officials.
During that discussion, the president of state asked for the withdrawal of all foreign forces from Libya, where sources indicate that Turkey has dispatched thousands of Syrian extremists.
Since Muammar al-removal Gaddafi’s in 2011, following a conflict actively sponsored by several countries of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, including the United States, France, and the United Kingdom, the neighboring country has been engulfed in turmoil.
75 Libyan delegates, representing various factions and territories, elected a transitional government in February under the auspices of the United Nations to lead the Arab nation until elections are held in December.