The Vice President of Libya's Presidential Council, Ahmed Maiteeg, met with the Ambassador of Spain to Libya, Francisco de Miguel, to discuss the bilateral relations between the two countries.
A statement issued by the Communications and Information Department said Maiteeg held the meeting at the Prime Minister's Office, praising the depth of Libyan-Spanish relations and discussed way in order to serve common interests.
He stressed the necessity of working to reactivate previous agreements, in preparation for the return of the Spanish companies to work in Libya, especially the field of energy, water, and coordinating the signing of memorandums of understanding in various fields, such as judicial cooperation, cultural heritage and training employees of the security services to benefit from the Spanish experience.
For his part, the Spanish ambassador reiterated the continued support of his country to the government of National Accord, and looked forward to increasing cooperation in various fields.
Since Libya has increased its oil production rates, government institutions are seeking to conclude economic and development agreements to implement projects and rehabilitate the infrastructure to strengthen the local economy.