The Head of the Libyan Airports Authority, Mohamed Bait Al-Mal, met yesterday in his Tripoli office Katherine Wilde, Deputy Ambassador of the United Kingdom to Libya.
The Airports Authority reported that the meeting discussed ways of cooperation between the two countries in the field of aviation. This included the possibility of British companies participating in the implementation of projects that are put forward by the Airports Authority, especially the projects of establishing and equipping airports and infrastructure.
The meeting also discussed support that the UK Embassy can provide to the Airports Authority in the technical fields, training and development of human cadres, and the role that it can play in the participation of official delegations from the Authority in conferences, exhibitions and forums that are held in the UK from time to time related to the airports industry.
Several British companies in the airports sector to visit Libya soon
In turn, the Airports Authority reported that Wilde expressed her full readiness to help and support the Airports Authority and that she will coordinate with several leading British companies and manufacturers to visit Libya during the coming period to meet the Authority to introduce their activities and products.