Tripoli, March 16: Libya and Turkey have signed a memorandum of understanding to train Libyans as diplomats in Turkey, enabling them . . .[restrict]to work effectively in Libyan embassies around the world.
The MOU, between the Diplomatic Institute of Libya and the Diplomatic Academy in Turkey, was signed on Wednesday evening in Tripoli by the Undersecretary at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Mohamed Abdul Aziz and his Turkish opposite number, Feridun Hadi Sinirlioglu.
According to Abdel Aziz, the MOU is aimed at strengthening bilateral cooperation in all fields especially political ones.
He said in a speech following the signing that the visit by the Turkish delegation was another step in a long and shared history, and he praised Turkey as the leading countries to have taken a position supportive of the February 17 Revolution.
The delegation’s visit and the MOU, he said, was a direct consequence of that last month to Turkey by Prime Minister Abdurrahim Al-Kib. [/restrict]