The head of Libya's High Council of State, Khalid Al-Mishri, presented the Council's vision of solutions that would push the country towards stability on Tuesday.
This came during a panel discussion hosted by the Atlantic Council in Washington DC, in the presence of prominent diplomatic figures interested in the Libyan issue.
During him meeting with representatives of the American Chamber of Commerce Al-Mishri called for the return of American companies to Libya and re-activate investments. He said that the presence of a strong economic partner such as the United States would block negative interventions in the Libyan file.
The High Council of State's Information Office said that representatives of the American Chamber of Commerce, for their part, confirmed that Libya was a good place to invest, but expressed concern about the instability, security and political situation.
Al-Mishri responded that investment brings stability and that Libya's history confirms its commitment to its partners.
Al-Mishri received an invitation from the US Congress to visit Washington DC and attend the National Prayer Breakfast on February 7th, an event that will also be attended by US President Donald Trump.