Quadruple meeting on Libya for Turkey, UK, France and Germany’s Foreign Ministers

The Foreign Ministers of Turkey, United Kingdom, Germany and France have held a meeting to discuss the developments of regional issues, including Libya’s ongoing conflict.

The meeting, which was via video conference, was held on Tuesday and tackled the Coronavirus pandemic response in the region, a Turkish Foreign Ministry statement said.

The statement added that the meeting followed up on the results of the quadruple summit that was held on March 17 by the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, France’s President Emmanuel Macron, UK’s Prime Minister Borris Johnson and German Chancellor Angela Merkel.


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