Turkey condemns “militias fighting” in Libya’s Tripoli
Turkey on Saturday voiced concern over the violent clashes between rival militias in Libyan capital Tripoli that began earlier this week.
In a statement, the Turkish Foreign Ministry said: “We are concerned about the clashes that [..] caused the deaths and injuries of many civilians.”
At least 38 people were killed and 90 others wounded in the sporadic clashes since then, according to the Health Ministry.
The ministry said all parties should avoid actions that may harm civilians and disrupt political process led by the United Nations.
“Turkey is giving full support to efforts to end clashes and restore peace and security in Tripoli,” read the statement.
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