Turkey’s National Defense Minister Hulusi Akar on Monday acquired Libyan Chief of General Staff Muhammad Ali Ahmad al-Haddad within the capital Ankara, stated an official assertion.
Akar congratulated al-Haddad on his current appointment throughout a gathering additionally attended by Turkey’s Chief of General Staff Yaşar Güler.
Underlining the significance of the bilateral relationship which has spanned centuries, Akar stated: “We will proceed to help our Libyan brothers to reside extra comfortably, happier and extra safely.”
Exchanging views on the newest state of affairs within the war-torn nation, Akar stated Turkey helps a steady and sovereign Libya and can keep it up its efforts with this in thoughts.
In line with mutual agreements, Turkey will proceed to help with coaching, help and consultancy of Libya’s army and safety, he added.
The present authorities was shaped in 2015 below a U.N.-led settlement however efforts for a long-term political settlement have failed attributable to a army offensive by forces loyal to warlord Khalifa Haftar.