“Williams” stresses the need to preserve the integrity of the oil corporation and keep it away from political disagreements.

Adviser to the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Stephanie Williams, stressed during her meeting with the head of the National Oil Corporation, Mustafa Sanalla, the need to preserve the integrity and independence of the corporation and to keep it away from any interactions that might hinder its national and technical work. To secure the livelihood of the Libyan people.

“Williams” from Tripoli said on Tuesday that oil is almost the only source of income, which represents 97% of the revenues of the Libyan state, pointing out that this institution must be supported to preserve the unity and independence of Libya and bring it to safety.

Sanalla briefed Williams on the situation and challenges facing the oil sector, most notably the accumulation of debts and the scarcity of financial resources needed by the National Oil Corporation; To run the sector’s business and fulfill contractual obligations towards companies, as well as to carry out the necessary maintenance work for the dilapidated infrastructure.

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