By Sami Zaptia.
London, 4 November 2020:
Fathi Bashagha, the Interior Minister for the internationally recognized Libyan government in Tripoli, met yesterday with representatives of British security consultancy company, Rose Partners.
During the meeting held at the Interior Ministry’s headquarters in Tripoli, an integrated vision was discussed to secure the return of foreign companies implementing infrastructure projects in Libya.
The rehabilitation of police members through training programmes to raise the efficiency of police staff members in line with security work in developed countries, in addition to a number of topics of concern to the Ministry of Interior were also discussed.
Rose Partners appoints new Libya Country Chairman
Libya Herald contacted Rose Partners yesterday seeking further details of their activities in Libya, but as of the time of publication, no response had been received.
Last month, Rose Partners announced that it had ‘‘strengthened’’ its Libya team with the appointment of a Libya Country Chairman. It said this comes as it continues to grow its business development and client services operations in Libya.
Its new Libya Country Chairman is Rob Jefferies a retired Brigadier in the British Army with experience in Northern Ireland, Bosnia, Afghanistan and Iraq. He had also worked as UK Defence Attaché in Baghdad with three decades of experience in counter terrorism and counter insurgency strategy, operations and training.