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Algeria begins supplying Libya with 200 megawatts of electricity through the Tunisian network


The Algerian electricity and gas company "Sonelgaz" announced in a statement that it will start supplying Libya with 200 megawatts of electricity through the Tunisian network within the next two days, according to the Russia Today network.


The statement stated that the CEO of Sonelgaz, Shaher Bolkharas, visited the Libyan capital, Tripoli, yesterday, Thursday, at the head of a delegation of senior employees and a team of technicians from various branches of the company, indicating that the visit came "to discuss ways to supply Libya with electricity during the summer of 2021."


The statement indicated that the Algerian delegation met the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Libyan General Electricity Company, Wiam Al-Abdali, at the headquarters of the Ministry of Electricity and Renewable Energy in Libya.


Boulkhras added: "Achieving direct electrical connection between Algeria and Libya is a historic decision, and today we are in this historic meeting to discuss the content of the agreement signed between our two companies and the implementation of the first phase that we agreed upon during the economic forum."

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