By Libya Herald reporter.
Tunis, 13 July 2017:
After his meetings in the Dutch capital last week and earlier this week, the head of the State Council Abdulrahman Al-Sewehli has continued his round of foreign trips with a visit to Ankara for talks with the Turkish government.
Today, there were discussions with Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan on relations between the two countries and the state of affairs in Libya. While Erdogan reconfirmed Turkey’s support for dialogue between the Libyan factions within the framework of the Libyan Political Agreement, Sewehli called on Turkey to take a more active role in helping Libya surmount its divisions. He also asked it to use its international and regional influence to the same end.
Earlier, Sewehli and his accompanying delegation had talks with Turkish foreign minister Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mevlut Cavusoglu and a team from the Turkish foreign ministry
He arrived in the Turkish capital yesterday where he was met by President Erdogan’s special envoy to Libya, Emrullah Isler. The two last met in November in Tripoli.
Sewehli also met representatives of the Libyan business community in Ankara.