The head of Libya’s Facilities Security Authority (FSA) held two separate meetings with the Russian and Italian ambassadors to Libya.
On Tuesday the FSA reported that he met the Russian Ambassador Aydar Aganin where the meeting ‘‘touched on several points, the most important of which is the possibility of Russian companies returning to resume their work in Libya and the FSA’s readiness to secure (the Russian) companies while they carry out their work. Aspects of cooperation in the field of training, which increases the efficiency of the FSA’s members at all levels, was also discussed.
Later, on Tuesday, the FSA reported that its head had met the Italian Ambassador Gianluca Alberini. The meeting focused on the possibility of supporting the FSA in the areas of training and developing its cadres to carry out the work entrusted to it. The meeting also touched on the FSA’s expression of its readiness to secure Italian companies within the Libyan territory during their return to the Libyan market to resume their work, which has been suspended since 2011.