23 November 2012

Libya: 'Hiring Tunisian Workforce in Libya Will Be Regulated Soon' Says Libyan Leader

Tunis — "Mechanisms to hire Tunisian workforce in Libya will be regulated soon" announced Libya's National Congress President Mohamed Youssef Al-Megaryef, currently on an official visit in Tunisia, leading a high-ranking delegation."

"Several mega-projects of development will be carried out in Libya" he indeed said at the end of his meeting with Interim Prime Minister Hamadi Jebali, stressing that the financial aids provided by Libya to Tunisia are "a duty towards this country".

He also spoke of the opportunities of bilateral co-operation provided in all fields and notably in matters of tourism, security, economy and politics, stressing the need to start the implementation of joint ventures. Actually Libya granted to Tunisia an aid worth 200 Million Tunisian Dinars (MTD), including 100 MTD in the form of donation and 100 MTD more as a low-interest loan.

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