Workers were employed by Value Added Oilfield Services
Two Bangladeshi oil workers have been freed in Libya, after being taken hostage from the Al-Ghani oil field on 6 March.
Bangladeshs Foreign Ministry has said the two men are now in a hospital in the port city of Sirte.
They were kidnapped along with seven other foreign workers. The other seized workers are made up of four Filipinos, an Austrian, a Czech and a Ghanaian.
Jihadist group the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (Isis) controls part of Sirte and is suspected of carrying out the abductions.
The kidnapped workers were employed by the Malta-based oilfield management company Value Added Oilfield Services (VAOS).