The Turkish Contractor’s Businesses In Libya Can Triple

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The Turkish contractor’s businesses in Libya can triple

The Ambassador Abdurrazaq Mukhtar noted that,Libya is planning a 150 billion TL rebuild investment for its infrastructure and superstructure while the Turkish firms will have an effective role and can triple their businesses according to him.

The interview of Abdurrazaq Mukhtar in World Newspaper:

You have been in a troubled period.Whats the final situation?

Yes it was a tough time for us.The Governments have changed.There were security problems.But now is built the National Reconciliation Government of Libya and is fully supported by the international society too.A new period has started.

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5 years have passed since Kaddafi. How can you summarize the new Libya?

The biggest efficiency of the new revolution was the end of Kaddafi regime and the citizens of Libya to begin to feel the freedom. Of course, after the revolutions no matter where it is are instabilities happening. We expected that Libya will go further on after the revolution but unfortunately the opposite happened.Libya went through a period of regression but has a strong social, national and religious form.In Kaddafi’s time, there werent in Libya institutions, private sector or establishment culture. There was a crook security form which secured just its own institution and the regime.

epa02592938 (FILE) File picture dated 25 July 2010 shows President of Libya Muammar Gaddafi  during the opening session of the 15th African Union Summit in Kampala, Uganda. Reports out of Libya estimate that several dozen more people were killed 19 February 2010 during the fourth day of protests against the regime of leader Muammar Gaddafi. Protests centered on the north-eastern city of Benghazi, Libya‘s second largest city after the capital Tripoli. The northern coastal city of Misurata was also the scene of demonstrations, the National Conference of the Libyan Opposition (NCLO) said.  EPA/DAI KUROKAWA

The regular citizens were seen as enemies. Police didn’t have enough power.That’s why we had security problems and still have it. Its of course a big geographical country. There is now freedom but the most important thing is that we have to learn to use this freedom as a responsibilty. This means everybody is equal against the law. The responsibility culture will develop with the institutions made by the new government.

We have to focus on the private sector and have to encourage the entrepreneurship.Within the private and public sectors can big businesses succeed.

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