While Libya has suffered from decades of self-imposed isolation due to a confrontational foreign policy agenda, rebuilding cooperative relationships with regional and international partners is required to realize the accelerated reforms outlined in Ihya Libya Vision 2030.
Rebuilding Cooperative Relationships
We have a long tradition of engagement with other countries and cultures. Recalling our culture of openness, Libya can develop by adopting international good practices while having the courage to discard out of date attitudes that deter progress and undermine national unity and strength. Globalization creates unprecedented opportunities for progress and prosperity which transcend Libya’s boundaries and can only be accessed through strong trade and investment relationships.
Libya will also play a constructive role within the frameworks of the Arab League, Organization of Islamic Conference, African Union, and the United Nations.