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Libya is now open for business
Libya Invites Global Business leaders to discuss partnerships, joint ventures, its MICE Industry and Infrastructure development contracts
Najla Mohammed El Mangoush is a rare and refreshing person to meet, a dynamic and passionate lady who is laser-focused on her quest to let the world see who the Libyan people really are and the enormous opportunities Libya offers.
Najla is not just a Libyan diplomat and lawyer. She has been Libya's Foreign Minister in Libyan National Unity Government since 15 March 2021 and she is on a driven and powerful mission to get the job done.
A delegation of British, American, and GCC business leaders were welcomed to the office of the Foreign Secretary and the Prime Minister to discuss regular delegations to Tripoli and the outcome was a wide range of action points and carefully laid plans.
'Najla is an inspiration, a truly impressive human being who welcomes everyone with a warm smile and a greeting that the Libyan people are famous for. The instant you enter her office you know you are in the presence of someone who is not just smart, articulate and worldly wise, but someone with a passion for her country and its people, someone who creates an immediate first impression and a lasting realisation that you have just spoken to someone who any country would be proud to have as an Ambassador' said James Magee heading the International convention bureau, exhibitions, PR and marketing delegation.
Libya is leading the way in the Middle East and Africa with many women in senior positions as they strive to work for all the Libyan people. The Minister of Justice, Halima Ibrahim Halima is working on the Ministry's priorities to work on files of disclosure, reconciliation, human rights, reform and rehabilitation institutions, judicial expertise, training and rehabilitation, and the consolidation of the principle of the rule of law. Libya's Minister of Social Affairs, Wafaa Al-Kilani, recently attended the 42nd session of the Council of Arab Ministers of Social Affairs in Doha Qatar. Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibeh also welcomed the delegation and discussed his cabinet's vision to work with Najla Mohammed El Mangoush to create a better future for the Libyan people and to become a gateway to the 1.3 Billion people of Africa and a hub for Europe and Africa to connect and do business.
Libya has a GDP of 42.82 billion USD and is signing multi-billion contracts to invest in its infrastructure, manufacturing, construction and Energy sectors.
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