The Turkish presidency forwarded a motion yesterday to the presidency of the Parliament to extend the deployment of Turkish forces in Libya for a further 24 months, from next January 1st until 2026.
The governor of the Central Bank of Libya, Al Saddiq al Kabir, met with the deputy foreign minister of Turkey, Ahmet Yildiz, and the Turkish ambassador, Kanan Yilmaz, for talks on potential involvement of Turkish companies in the reconstruction of Derna which was destroyed by Storm Daniel on September 10.
The Turkish disaster management agency AFAD on Sunday said it sent 850 tons of humanitarian aid materials to flood-hit Libya.
Imad Sayeh, chairman of the Libyan High National Election Commission, held talks on Thursday with President of the Supreme Electoral Council of Turkey, Ahmet Yener, in Ankara to discuss cooperation and “exchange of experiences”, according to a statement by the Libyan commission.
An attempt to smuggle a large shipment of Turkish-made rifles into Libya through the Khoms port has been foiled, Libyan…
Libyan government agencies and private companies are taking part in the Turkish-African Business Forum “AFEX 2023” this week in Istanbul…
Defence Ministry of the Government of National Unity (GNU) and the Turkish Military Attache in Libya discussed on Tuesday military cooperation.
The Turkish occupation forces recently completed military exercises off the coast of Libya, according to the Turkish Ministry of Defense.…
Libya’s Government of National Unity, led by Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibeh, denied today reports claiming that it allowed Turkey to lease the port of Khoms for 99 years and turned it into a military base.
In Libya, “there will be no solution” to instability “without Turkey, which wants to create a unified army”, Ankara Defense Minister Yasar Guler said in an interview with the Turkish media.