Turkey has offered what Turkish companies see as a partial solution to the electricity problem in Libya, by offering a set of proposals that contribute to the stability of the electrical network.
According to a statement by the General Electricity Corporation on Monday, the CEO of the company met, the Turkish ambassador to Libya at the invitation of the latter.
The ambassador conveyed Turkish companies' vision of a "partial solution" to the electricity problem in Libya with a set of proposals that contribute to the stability of the electrical network, explaining that these proposals were presented to some members of the Presidential Council.
The Electricity Company welcomed these proposals that "contribute to alleviating the suffering of the citizens" and pledged to refer them to the competent authorities in the country for approval in preparation for their implementation.
Libyan cities are witnessing frequent blackouts that increased due to the conflict and war that has been launched on the outskirts of the capital, Tripoli, since the fourth of April 2019.