On Friday, the Turkish capital, Ankara, hosted a meeting of the “5+5” Libyan Joint Military Committee, which discussed steps to bring peace to the country.
The Turkish Ministry of Defense said in a statement that the meeting took place at the request of the Libyan side, and with the mediation of the UN mission in Libya.
It added that during the meeting, a briefing was given on an action plan approved by the committee in Geneva on October 8, which includes the gradual removal of mercenaries and foreign fighters from the country.
And the ministry’s statement added that the participants also discussed possible steps to bring peace, stability and security to Libya.
During the meeting, the friendship and deep historical ties between Turkey and Libya were also emphasized.
Also, the need to continue supporting efforts aimed at ensuring the territorial integrity and national unity of Libya.
During the meeting, the historical relations and close friendship between Turkey and Libya were highlighted.
Noting the importance of continuing efforts to contribute to the formation of Libya, which ensured its territorial integrity and national unity to live in peace, tranquility and stability.
Last November 4, the United Nations Support Mission in Libya announced an agreement to establish an effective communication and coordination mechanism to remove fighters, mercenaries and foreign forces from the Arab country.
On October 8, the Libyan Joint Military Committee “5 + 5” approved in Geneva an action plan to gradually remove mercenaries and foreign fighters from the country.