Libya urges return of South Korean firms

Work permits for Libyan businesspersons in South Korea were discussed by chairperson of the Libyan General Union of Chambers of Commerce, Industry, and Agriculture (GUCC), Mohammed al-Ruaied, and South Korean Ambassador to Libya Choi Sung-soo in Tripoli on Wednesday.

During the meeting, they discussed means to facilitate the permits, and also tackled the need for Korean companies to resume their suspended projects in Libya as they would help in improving many services in the country.

For his part, the South Korean ambassador said he performs his activities from Tripoli and spends 90 percent of his time there in preparation to the reopening of the Korean embassy soon.

Many official Libyan authorities have repeatedly expressed their desire that Korean companies resume their work in the country, as well as other international companies.


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