By Libya Herald staff.
Tunis, 27 June 2015:
The “prime minister” appointed by the continuing General National Congress in Tripoli, Khalifa Ghwell, has . . .[restrict]had a meeting in Turkey with the the country’s premier Ahmet Davutoglu.
The Tripoli regime is internationally unrecognised although Turkey has insisted on maintaining a relationship with it as well as with the government in Beida. The latter, however, has accused Ankara of actively aiding and abetting the regime.
This is Ghwell’s second “official” visit aboad. In April, he had talks in Tunis with Tunisia’s president, Beji Caid-Essebsi, and Prime Minister Habib Essid.
Turkish officials would not disclose the nature of the discussions or anything else about today’s visit. However, there are unconfirmed reports that Ghwell also met the head of Turkish intelligence he Office of the Prime Minister, Istanbul, and in the presence of the President of the Turkish intelligence, Hakan Fidan.
It is believed Ghwell and his delegation have now returned to Tripoli. [/restrict]