LPTIC considers cooperation with British companies on future projects

17 Mar 2021

A meeting was held on 15 March between Faisel Gergab, Chairman of the Libyan Post Telecommunication & Information Technology Company (LPTIC), and Lydie Sheehan, Country Director for British Trade Relations in Libya and Tunisia, Libya Herald has reported. The LPTIC, the government holding company in charge of all state-owned telecoms firms, revealed the meeting considered ‘the importance of cooperation between the two countries in the field of telecommunications and technology and the opening of new horizons for development and investment in the sector in Libya. The meeting also discussed how British telecommunication companies can contribute to LPTIC’s strategic plan and future projects’.

Following the meeting, Faisel Gergab stated: ‘LPTIC seeks to benefit from British companies’ expertise to develop the telecommunication sector and expand investments in the country in line with the company’s 2021-2023 strategic plan.’ Lydie Sheehan, meanwhile, expressed Britain’s desire to strengthen cooperation and investment by establishing commercial partnerships with Libya in the ICT sector.