Libya and Turkey discuss bilateral relations and regional issues

The head of Libya's national unity government, Abdul Hamid Dbeibah, discussed bilateral relations and regional issues with visiting Turkish Foreign Minister Hakan Fidan.

During their meeting in Tripoli on Wednesday, the two sides discussed a number of political and economic files and aspects of cooperation between the two countries, as reported by the Libyan “Our Government” platform.

Al-Dabaiba expressed his appreciation for Turkey's role in supporting stability in Libya, supporting international efforts to hold elections, and ending the transitional phase.

In return, Fidan conveyed Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's good wishes to the people of Dabaiba and Libya and stressed the bonds of brotherhood and cooperation between the two countries.

He explained that his visit to Libya comes within the framework of united efforts between the two countries and discussed a number of files of common interest between the two countries, in particular the Israeli aggression against Gaza and international efforts to hold elections in Libya. To support.

They also discussed a number of files that were agreed upon during the meeting between Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Dbaiba in Istanbul last Friday, most prominently the return of Turkish Airlines flights to Tripoli, the return of Libyans to Turkey, This includes addressing residency issues for people and canceling entry visas. For citizens of both countries.

He also touched upon the issue of reconstruction of Derna and neighboring municipalities affected by the flood disaster in eastern Libya, where Fidan reiterated Turkey's readiness to contribute to the reconstruction of the affected areas.

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