By Sami Zaptia.
Tripoli, 7 April 2014:
The Libyan-Indian Business Council was formed yesterday evening at a networking event and . . .[restrict]ceremony held at Corinthia hotel, Tripoli.
The agreement was signed by Abdulnaser Almana head of the (Tripoli-based) Libyan Businessmen Council (www.lbc.com.ly/en/) and Deepak Premnarayen Co-chairman of the Confederation of Indian Industry (www.cii.in)
Almana thanked the CII delegation for coming to visit Libya at this difficult time and looked forward to a fruitful cooperation with the CII.
Earlier, Minister of Culture. Habib Lamin, in his role as acting Housing and Infrastructure Minister, said that Libya was at a stage of development where it needed to cooperate with other partners and friends all over the world.
Lamin said that post February 17th Libya wanted an open state, a state of development and progress He urged that Libya learn lessons from India’s history and experience – the largest democracy on earth.
Lamin thanked the CII for its visit and hoped the Libyan private sector could learn from Indian technology, industry and production.
For a full list of the delegation, their companies and areas of specialty, contact the commercial section at the Indian embassy in Nofleen.