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Mitig: Rome meeting was positive



The deputy head of the Presidential Council (PC) of the Government of National Accord (GNA), Ahmed Mitig, said that the international meeting that convened in Rome to find ways to end the Libyan economic crisis was active.

He added that the meeting had discussed implementing the financial procedures of the year 2016 and solving all the problems of the year 2017.

Mitig stated that the meeting, which gathered experts and diplomats from Libya and the big western powers, talked about the procedures and the steps that must be taken by the GNA and the Central Bank of Libya (CBL) to solve the liquidity problem and to strengthen the Libyan Dinar in the local market.

Mitig confirmed that the PC, the CBL, and the Court of Audit would coordinate to follow up the procedures to implement the results of the meeting.

The meeting gathered Mitig, the Libyan Planning Minister, the Governer of the CBL, the head of the Court of Audit, a representative from the National Oil Corporation (NOC), the UN envoy to Libya, and the ambassadors of Italy, United States, UK, and France. Also, the meeting was attended by representatives from the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank.

It is essential to mention that the meeting said that the beginning of December would witness actions to support the Libyan Dinar, cash flow, and providing the basic services.