The Minister of Oil and Gas for Libya's Government of National Unity, Mohamed Oun, proposed to the Turkish ambassador to Libya, Kenan Yilmaz, to sign a memorandum of understanding in the field of oil and gas as the first step to start cooperation between the two countries.
Oun’s proposal came during his meeting with the ambassador at the ministry’s office in Tripoli on Sunday.
It was held in the presence of Ministry of Oil and Gas advisor Ahmed Al-Gabar and the Director General of Quality, Health and Safety, Abdel Nasser Al-Amin Guenidi.
The two sides also reviewed “ways to find a mechanism for joint cooperation between Turkish companies and the oil and gas sector in various fields such as renewable energies, marine seismic surveys, spare parts, maintenance for current equipment and pipelines.”
Oun stressed during the meeting that “the ministry is putting all its efforts into restoring production and holding discussions with parties that caused the shutdowns”.