African Union leaders are expected to attend a summit in the Congo on Thursday to discuss the Libyan conflict. This meeting comes almost two weeks after world powers met in Berlin to end foreign meddling in Libya.
Despite an economic downturn and the freezing of Libyan state funds since 2011, investors in the country are attempting to find new avenues of opportunity across Africa by building bridges with other countries.
By joining the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), Tunisia is trying to ship goods and services to the rest of Africa. The country, whose total exports stand at $14 billion, is attempting to export $4 billion by the end of 2020 to Africa alone.