The Speaker of Libya's House of Representatives, Aguila Saleh, expressed his "desire for the contribution of Greek companies to the reconstruction of Libya because of their experience in this field" during a meeting with Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias in the city of Al-Quba.
According to the website of the House of Representatives, Saleh praised the Greek positions in support of the Libyan people, stressing his "keenness to deepen the relations between the Libyan and Greek peoples in order to achieve common interests."
During the meeting, the speaker thanked the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs for returning its consulate to work in the city of Benghazi, noting his aspiration to resume air travel, in addition to facilitating the granting of visas between the two countries.
Earlier Monday, the Greek Foreign Minister said his country was preparing to open its consulate in Benghazi, after reopening its embassy in Tripoli, during a press conference with the Deputy Prime Minister for the Government of National Unity Ramadan Abujnah.
During the meeting with Saleh, Dendias expressed his happiness to visit Libya and meet with the Speaker of the House of Representatives, noting his keenness to communicate with Saleh, inviting him to visit Greece, and stressing the need to activate relations between the two countries at all levels.