The Presidential Council is examining ways to increase cooperation with Turkey
Libya's head of presidential council met with Turkey's minister of foreign affairs in Turkey to discuss increased cooperation between the two countries
Mohamed El-Menfi, President of the Presidential Council, met with a high-level Turkish team led by Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt avuşolu yesterday.
At the start of the discussion, the Turkish Foreign Minister emphasized his country’s support for Libya’s stability and unity.
The meeting was attended by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Government of National Unity, Najla Al-Mangoush, and the Minister of Interior, Brigadier General Khalid Mazen.
According to the Council’s information office, during the meeting, the Head of the Presidential Council emphasized the depth of historical relations between the two countries, emphasizing the importance of expanding opportunities for cooperation and developing bilateral relations between the two countries.
The outcomes of prior sessions were followed up on during the Council Head’s March visit to Turkey and subsequent visits between the two countries.
The Turkish delegation emphasized the importance of continuing collaboration in areas such as training of security and police institutions, mine clearance, and collaboration in cases of illegal migration and countering organized crime.
The Berlin II Libya summit was also discussed, the political process was supported, and regional efforts were consolidated to promote Libya’s stability, security, and unity.
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