Minister of Oil and Gas at the Government of National Unity in Libya, Mohamed Mhamed Aoun, on Monday said his country seeks to cooperate with Morocco in the area of renewable energies and other sectors in which the Kingdom has made significant advances, particularly in terms of solar and wind energy. Speaking to reporters on the occasion of his visit to the ministry of Energy, Mining and Environment, the Libyan official called for the strengthening of cooperation between the Kingdom and Libya, adding that the two countries plan to sign a Memorandum of Understanding for the resumption of activities which were interrupted due to the Libyan crisis. Aou, who welcomed the support provided by the Kingdom to Libya for the resumption of gas and oil activities, expressed Libya’s determination to resume, as soon as possible, bilateral cooperation with Morocco which “has promised to provide us with the necessary support in several areas by sharing experience and expertise in electricity and energy efficiency “. The Libyan minister also underlined the “very good results” of the support given to the Libyan oil company established in the Kingdom in terms of facilitation and support for its activities of importation and distribution of gas and oil products. Aoun is a member of the ministerial delegation, led by the head of the government of national unity in Libya, Abdelhamid Dbeibah, which is currently on a visit to Morocco.
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