Head of Libya National Accord Government held a meeting with Qatar’s Foreign Minister in Istanbul.
Feyyaz Sarraj, the head of Libyan Government of National Accord, held a meeting with Qatar’s Foreign Minister Muhammed bin Abdurrahman bin Casim El Sani and Ambassador to Libya, Sheikh Muhammed bin Nasır Al-Thani in Istanbul. They discussed the latest development in Libya as well as how to boost bilateral cooperation.
They stressed the solution has to be in line with the Suheyrat Agreement, UN resolutions and the Berlin conference. Libya and Qatar agreed on closer cooperation between the two countries in various fields.
“Turkey is a strategically important country in the region.”
Qatar that supports Libya, United Nations-recognized Government of National Accord, and Turkey conducted the process to stop the crisis in Libya.
Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar met with Qatar’s emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani in Qatar between the dates July 19-27, 2020. After that, Akar met with Qatar’s Defense Minister Halid bin Muhammed el-Atiyye in Turkey.
Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar said, “We-Turkey- appreciates Qatar’s efforts to promote stability in legitimate government Libya,” in a meeting with Qatari officials.”
Turkey is one of the important countries that took considerable steps on ensuring peace and stability in Libya.
Malta’s minister of home affairs and national security, Byron Camilleri attended the trilateral meeting in July 20, 2020. Camilleri stressed the strategic importance of Turkey.
Byron Camilleri said: “Turkey is not only a candidate country in the region but also a strategically important country. The matters effectively need to be addressed together with the countries in the region such as Turkey and Greece. Of course, constructive cooperation in this regard the EU institutions, negotiations and the commitment to continue make us happy too. Malta’s relations with Turkey will continue to lead in this regard. The two sides discussed on the issues that had recently emerged. The cooperation will address the interests of every party to the issue. As such, it will also support the activities of law enforcement agencies in the Mediterranean.”