REVIVING INDIA-LIBYA RELATIONSHIP
Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Diplomatist|June 2021
Indian Economic Trade Organization signed a Memorandum of Cooperation with the Libyan African Business Council in Tunisia during the Financial Investment Trade Africa (FITA 2021) held in Tunis on June 25.

The MoU broadly focuses on deepening engagements between business structures of both countries and will work closely especially in the field of IT development, Healthcare, MRO support in the aerospace sector and support the academic institutions by collaborating with the Indian skill sector.

The Libya India Trade Forum was proposed by the Libyan side during November 2021 to be held in Tripoli.

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