ALGIERS- Algerian-Libyan Economic Forum opened Saturday in Aurassi Hotel, Algiers, with the participation of nearly 400 economic operators from the two countries.
The objective of this event is “to strengthen economic and trade cooperation and find opportunities for bilateral partnership in the various economic sectors between the two countries”, according to the direction of the promotion and support of economic exchanges of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, which organized this forum in collaboration with the Ministry of Commerce and the Algerian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CACI).
Organized in plenary sessions, workshops and bilateral meetings (B to B), the forum records the participation of 150 Libyan operators and 250 Algerian operators, representing different economic sectors, in addition to representatives of the various chambers of commerce, industry, agriculture, employers’ organizations and other government bodies in the economic field.
Meeting the needs of the Libyan market
The first plenary session of the forum, scheduled for the morning, was devoted, according to the Ministry of Commerce, to presentations by members of the Libyan delegation. It is about identifying the investment needs for the reconstruction of Libya. The second session, scheduled this afternoon, will expose the skills of Algerian companies, both public and private ones, in terms of partnership.
A third plenary session is planned for the next day, Sunday morning, and will see the continuation of presentations on the opportunities for bilateral partnerships, before the forum is closed at midday. Along with the work of the forum, an exhibition on Algerian products (goods and services) will be organized at the Palace of Expositions (SAFEX) in Pins Maritimes (Algiers) on Sunday and Monday.