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Libyan prime minister visits Ankara

The visit of the prime minister of Libya's Government of National Unity highlights an ongoing, close relationship with Turkey, with implications for the Libyan political process, and a likely signal to Egypt and the United Arab Emirates.
Dbeibah and Erdogan

The prime minister of Libya's Government of National Unity, Abdul Hamid Dbeibeh, led a large delegation during Dbeibeh's visit to Turkey on April 12. The visiting officials took part in the first meeting of the recently formed High-Level Strategic Cooperation Council between the two countries.

At least five memoranda of understanding in economics, reconstructions, trade, and diplomacy were signed during the high-level talks in Ankara in another sign of the closeness of the two countries.

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