The Libyan Prime Minister to Italy: “With investments the war stops” – “Reopen as soon as possible to Italian investors and companies”: this is the intention expressed by the Libyan prime minister, Abdul Hamid Dbeibah, in an interview with Corriere della Sera. “We have the urgent need to strengthen our energy industry and national infrastructure. We have immense problems with the electricity grid, health is devastated so the streets and much more. Rome is an hour’s flight from Tripoli, ours is a story of cooperation, with much in common, from climate to food “, underlined the Libyan leader, a few days after the visit to the country of the Prime Minister, Mario Draghi.

With him, “we will examine which important Italian companies we would like to facilitate”, he added, referring to “large groups such as Salini Impregilo with whom we are negotiating a contract for over one billion dollars”.

“As for Eni, it is a key partner for oil and gas. I expect you will also invest in the defense of our environment and development “but” I hope you will also work to improve our hospitals. Their technicians will participate in the exploration of new wells in Cyrenaica “, added Dbeibah, saying” certain that soon we will go well beyond 16 billion “which was the annual exchange at its best between Italy and Libya and which today is less than half


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