Turkey reopens its embassy in Tripoli

The Turkish Embassy has reopened its doors in Tripoli on Monday, according to the Turkish Foreign Minister’s Twitter page.

The Turkish Foreign Minister, Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu, tweeted that his government’s embassy has been reopened today in Tripoli aiming at taking part in bringing peace, stability and reconstruction to Libya.

Turkey closed its embassy in Tripoli in 2014 following the war in the capital.

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