The Turkish Foreign Minister, Mevlut Cavusoglu, who took part in Rome international conference on Libya reiterated his country’s interest in Libya’s unity, safety and stability.
Cavusoglu explained that the conference offered an opportunity to discuss and evaluate presented and future aids to Libya to save it from the current political crisis.
Rome hosts an international conference joins 21 country and international organization to encourage Libyan rivals to adopt the UN-sponsored political agreement and form the Government of National Accord to tackle several problems including the Islamic State spread in Libya.
The participants issued statement on Sunday pledging support for the new government.
“Turkey plans to support parties that agreed to accept the political settlement”, Cavusoglu said. He added that his country supported all initiatives capable of helping Libya out of its crisis.
Political factions in Libya have pledged to sign the political agreement on December 16th.
He noted to the importance of establishing security in Libya and the UN’s and other countries’ role in this course and the importance of supporting formation of the democratic institutions in Libya and empowering the standing ones.