In a statement made by a House of Representatives (HoR) delegation, it was stated that a Turkish-Libyan parliamentary committee would be established within the parliament.
The HoR delegation, which visited Turkey last week and met with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, as well as the Parliamentary Friendship Committee meeting, announced that an agreement was signed between parties on the opening of the Benghazi-Turkey air and sea lines.
In addition to this, the delegation noted that steps were taken to open the Turkish consulate in Benghazi and emphasized that strong and sincere steps were taken between the parties as a result of the visit. It was stated that an agreement was reached with the Turkish authorities on easing travel restrictions and facilitating visa procedures.
The delegation representing Libya included Fawzi Al-Nuwairi, the spokesperson of the Tobruk-based parliament, Youssef Al-Aqouri, the Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Commission, and Issa Al-Arabi, the Chairman of the Energy Commission.
After a few days of visits, similar statements were made by Turkish officials.
After the talks, the Turkish side stated that Turkey has taken the necessary steps for the stability and reconciliation process of Libya.