Turkey’s Embassy reopens in Tripoli
Turkish Foreign Minister, Jawish Ughlou to arrive in Tripoli Monday to supervise the reopening of his country’s embassy in Tripoli, announced the Turkish Foreign Ministry.
The Turkish minister to meet also the Head of the Presidential Council, Fayez Al-Serraj, in Tripoli.
The Turkish embassy has been closed since 2014 due to security reasons.
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