Libya reviews healthcare debts to Turkey

healthcare - October 19, 2021

Libya is reviewing its healthcare debts with Turkey.

The Committee for the Review and Approval of Debt Treatment Abroad, formed by Prime Minister Abd Alhamid Aldabaiba, held its first meeting on Friday, at the headquarters of Libya’s Health Office in Turkey.

During meeting, the committee discussed, in accordance with the terms of reference granted to it by Resolution No. (262) of 2021, the mechanism for reviewing the debts owed by the Libyan state to Turkey in preparation for their payment.


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