Libya Owes JOD300m to Jordanian Hospitals

تم نشره في Sat 25 March / Mar 2017. 11:06 PM
  • Libyan patients in the lobby of a private hospital in Amman, Jordan - (Archives)

AMMAN —AlGhad— The Private Hospitals Association met with Jordanian and Libyan officials in Amman on Thursday, to negotiate the growing 6-year debt owed by the Libyan government to private Jordanian hospitals, estimated at around JOD300, and the means by which it will be paid.

The Association, according to their press release, called for hospitals to prepare and submit all accrued bills payable by the Libyan government over the last 6 years, to consolidate a clear financial record of the claims.