The President of the High Council of State, ‘Muhammad Takala,’ discussed today, Thursday, with the Chargé d’Affaires of the Indonesian Embassy in Libya, ‘Didi Ahmed Rifai,’ strengthening Libyan bilateral relations between the two countries, increasing trade exchange, and opening investment horizons between them.
The media office of the High Council of State stated that the meeting dealt with expanding and developing cooperation opportunities with regard to scientific research, training, postgraduate studies, the health sector, and the field of nursing.
During the meeting, Takala praised the depth of relations between the two countries and the extent of existing cooperation between Libya and Indonesia, stressing the Council’s support for expanding and developing the horizons of scientific and economic cooperation for the benefit of both countries.
At the conclusion of the meeting, shields were exchanged between the President of the High Council of State and the Chargé d’Affaires of the Indonesian Embassy,
who was accompanied by First Secretary Robert Edwin Watimina and a number of members of the embassy’s administrative staff.
Source: Libyan News Agency