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Secretary of GPC Holds Talks with Turkish Foreign Trade Minister.

Summary: The Secretary of the General People's Committee Mr. Al-Baghdadi Mahmoudi held talks on Thursday with Turkey's state minister for foreign trade Mr. Zafer Caglayan who made a one-day official visit to Libya.

The Secretary of the General People's Committee Mr. Al-Baghdadi Mahmoudi held talks on Thursday with Turkey's state minister for foreign trade Mr. Zafer Caglayan who made a one-day official visit to Libya.

Mr. Caglayan reiterated the Turkish Prime Minister's commitment to strengthen and expand cooperation with Great Jamahiriya as well as the establishment of real partnership between the two countries in all fields, the Libyan news agency JANA reported on Thursday.

During the meeting, which was attended by Mohammad Hawaij, Secretary of Industry, Economy and Trade and the Turkish ambassador to Tripoli, the talks focused on bilateral cooperation and relations.

The talks also focused on the ways and means to established joint mega projects in cement and construction industry and the establishment of a joint industrial zone.

The two parties also discussed joint ventures in the tourism sector and the implementation of joint investment projects in the African continent.

Medium and small projects are also dealt with during the talks and both parties agreed on carrying them out.

Caglayan planned to also to hold talks with the executives of the Libyan Housing and Infrastructure Board (HIB), Libyan Investment and Development Company (LIDCO)and the Libyan Organization for Development of Administrative Centers (ODAC).

2009 - The Tripoli Post

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Publication:The Tripoli Post (Tripoli, Libya)
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Date:Oct 19, 2010
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