The Libya Observer reported that a delegation from Malta visited Tripoli’s Mitiga airport on Saturday to inspect the measures taken at the airport for arriving and departing flights.
The delegation met with the Head of Airports Authority of the Government of National Accord Mohammed Fasatwi, and General Manager of Mitiga airport Abdelmonem Al-Gammudi and discussed operational work as well as security measures, and international standards of airport operations.
The discussions focused on several points that Mitiga airport should attend to before resuming flights between Libya and Malta.
On Thursday, Malta’s Foreign Minister, Evarist Bartolo, said their consulate in Tripoli would soon reopen as they evaluate resuming flights between the two countries.
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Corrected – The Head of the Maltese Civil Aviation and his assistant were not part of the delegation as previously indicated in the story based on story published on The Libya Observer.