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March 21, 2013

US-Libyan Relations are Strategic in All Areas

kerry libyaThe head of the interim government Mr. Ali Zaidan said in his meetings in Washington with U.S. officials which aimed at the development of bilateral relations and taking care of the future relations between Libya and the United States of America.

Zaidan said in his talks with the U.S. Secretary of State Mr. John Kerry, leader of the U.S. Democrats House of Representatives Mr. Nancy Pelos and Deputy U.S. Treasury Secretary – that the talks also aimed at the importance of strengthening Libyan-American relations in various fields to achieve the objectives for the best of the two peoples of both countries…read more

June 23, 2012

Libya and America sign memorandum of agreement

Libya signs a memorandum of agreement between the Libyan and American chambers of trade, industry and agriculture. The agreement aims to develop and support all the sectors of tourism, agriculture, oil and gas, medicine, education, etc…

The memorandum stipulates benefiting from American expertise for transfer of technology, protection of consumers, encouraging production of products that comply with the highest international standards.

Service for visas will be established to expedite…read more

May 7, 2012

British Official Strengthens Ties During Visit to Libya

At the conclusion of his second visit to Libya in six months this week, described as “successful”, Britain’s minister for the Middle East and North Africa Alistair Burt said that the UK looks forward to elections to a National Congress in Libya this summer that will offer the Libyan people the first chance in a generation to choose their leaders.

Mr Burt met Libya’s interim Prime Minister Abdarrahim el-Keeb, the ministers of Foreign Affairs, Interior, Justice and Communications and the UN Special Representative Ian Martin.

He also visited the newly re-opened…read more

April 26, 2012

Business Delegation Sees Vast Opportunities to Strengthen US-Libya Economic Ties

A delegation made up of 37 members of the US-Libya Business Association (USLBA) is currently in Libya for a five-day trade and investment delegation visit. It includes the representatives of 20 US companies and organisations.

The companies represented include, A-T Solutions, BAE Systems, The Boeing Company, ConocoPhillips Libya Waha, LTD, Daniel J. Edelman, Inc., Dow Chemical, ExxonMobil, FARMCO (Valmont Irrigation), Hess Corporation, Hill International, General Electric, the Institute of International Education…read more

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