Tripoli, 2 May:
Following Sudanese Labour Minister Farah Mustafa’s visit to Tripoli a week ago, he has announced in a press conference . . .[restrict]in Khartoum that Libya has agreed to appoint 600 Sudanese doctors and a number of teaching staff in various disciplines to work at Libyan universities. He added that there would be other Libyan recruitment opportunities for Sudanese — in medicine, engineering, hospitality and tourism.
On 24 April, Mustafa and Libyan Labour Minister Mustafa Rujbani signed an MOU on the exchange of experts and expertise between the two countries.
According to the Sudanese press, Libyan authorities have invited Sudanese construction companies to contribute to Libya’s construction projects, and have agreed to offer advantages to the Sudanese workers such as health insurance.
Mustafa said that following his visit to Libya, he had discussed with colleagues the importance of job opportunities for Sudanese in Libya but that a major concern had been their safety and security.