By Sami Zaptia.
Tripoli, 25 May 2013
The Libya 2030 Vision Committee held its first meeting last Tuesday 21 May at the . . .[restrict]High Institute of Planning, Tripoli.
The Committee is tasked with coming up with a policy vision and strategy for Libya up to 2030, including setting interim three-year, four-year and five-year targets and plans.
The committee is headed by the former Planning Minister under Prime Minister Al-Kib, Issa Twejri and includes a number of local experts.
The first meeting of the 2030 Committee was attended by Deputy Prime Minister Abdulsalam Al-Gadi, Planning Minister Almehdi Agnaia and the Head of the Planning Committee at the GNC.
Deputy Prime Minister Al-Gadi said in his opening remarks that his Transitional government was keen that Libyan capabilities and competencies assumed the role of putting in place the future plans and strategies for the building of Libya in the various sectors in order to bring growth and development and to transfer Libya from the stage of revolution to the stage of state-building. [/restrict]