By Sami Zaptia.
London, 5 February 2021:
Libya seeks Tunisia’s help in vocational training and in supplying workers in the fishing, agricultural and health sectors.
The revelation came yesterday during a meeting between Tripoli’s Minister of Labour and Rehabilitation with Tunisian ambassador to Libya Al-Asaad Al-Ajili in the Libyan capital.
The meeting also reviewed the terms of the cooperation agreement signed between the two sides, and the ambassador was handed a proposal for an implementation project for the agreement.
The two sides agreed to hold discussions on the electronic link between the two countries, and they also agreed to invite the Tunisian Minister of Employment to visit Libya.
The Minister of Labour welcomed the presence of Tunisians working in sectors that suffer from a manpower shortage.
For his part, the Tunisian ambassador emphasized working to activate the agreements signed between the two countries, noting that a Tunisian medical team will campaign for free treatment in Libya.