By Sami Zaptia.
London, 4 June 2021:
The Ministry of Health revealed yesterday that Italian officials expressed their willingness to send leading international companies in the field of hospital management and operation, to assess the work of Libyan hospitals, as well as the possibility of providing integrated management services and provide solutions specifically designed for the operation and management of university hospitals.
The Italian offer came during the visit by Libyan Prime Minister Abd Alhamid Aldabaiba and his Ministerial delegation to Rome last Monday when attending the “New Libya” Economic Forum in Rome.
Participating in the Forum, Minister of Health Mohamed Al-Zanati, expressed his aspirations that the Libyan-Italian cooperation in the health field would achieve fruitful results.
Libyan debts to Italian hospitals discussed
In a related context, Al-Zanati, met with the Italian Minister of Health, Roberto Speranza, where they discussed prospects for cooperation between the two countries, and touched upon the issue of outstanding Libyan debts owed for treating Libyan patients. They agreed a specialized committee will examine and scrutinizing them through.