Libya, Indonesia discuss cooperation in healthcare
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Libya, Indonesia discuss cooperation in healthcare

Libyan Deputy Prime Minister Ramadan Abu-Janah, on Sunday, discussed with the Indonesian Charge D’affaires to Libya healthcare on cooperation between the two countries.

Abu-Janah doubles as Libya’s acting Health Minister.

The meeting discussed providing necessary healthcare for migrants in Libya and recruiting Indonesian medical personnel in hospitals in remote areas, the government said in a statement following the meeting.

Didi Rifai, the Indonesian Charge D’affaires, expressed his country’s aspiration to strengthen cooperation with Libya.

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The cooperation will be in exporting medicines through international companies.

Indonesia was the president of G20 in 2022, the statement said.

Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Libyan Authority for Investment Promotion and Privatisation, Jamal Allamushi, said Libya seeks to enhance cooperation with Indonesia in nearly 20 projects.

And that this matter can be discussed through a joint technical team between the two countries, the statement added.

Because of the state of insecurity and chaos in Libya since the fall of the late leader Muammar Gaddafi’s regime in 2011, Libyan authorities have been struggling to provide proper basic services for people. (Xinhua)




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