The Libyan Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah, met on Tuesday in Dubai with the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on the sidelines of the World Government Summit.
According to the Government of National Unity’s media office, the meeting saw a discussion about the results of the meeting between Erdogan and Dbeibah in Istanbul of last October. The two sides also reviewed strengthening economic cooperation and the latest political developments in Libya.
Dbeibah and Erdogan also went over the need for holding elections in Libya, as the latter reiterated Ankara’s support for the international efforts backing up the holding of elections and ending transitional phases in the war-torn country.
Support for Gaza
The Libyan Prime Minister and the Turkish President reiterated the need to support all efforts aimed at ending the current aggression on Palestinians in Gaza, stressing the need to send more humanitarian aids into the Gaza Strip.
They also agreed to cooperate in support of stabilizing neighboring countries to Libya, as Erdogan reiterated that the Government of National Unity was the only legitimate government for Ankara to deal with, saying Turkey “is ready to back up any dialogue and initiatives that lead to stability and elections as well as the end of transitional phases in Libya.”