Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan made statements about the upcoming election process, the Fathi Bashagha decision of the parliament in Tobruk, and the assassination attempt against Libyan Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibeh.
President Erdogan stated that it is not possible for them to stand by and watch the developments in Libya and that they will endeavor to provide all kinds of support to Libya in the future.
Noting that Turkey is ready to help the elections take place so that the Libyan people can achieve a peaceful future, Erdogan said that the desired form of government will be achieved in the country through elections.
In addition, Erdogan expressed his condemnation of the assassination attempt on Prime Minister Dbeibeh.
Recalling that they have close relations with Dbeibeh, Bashagha, and the Head of the High Council of State (HCS) Khalid al-Mishri, Erdogan added that they are against the logic of an interim administration.
President Erdogan’s statements came after his two-day visit to the UAE, which started on February 14. Erdogan’s visit brought the relations and cooperation between the two countries, which have been facing each other in many regions, especially the Libyan crisis, to a new era.
As part of the visit, 13 different agreements were signed between the two countries.