Libya has been marred in violence between competing forces, militias, and extremists since the toppling and killing of Muammar Gaddafi in 2011.
Libya witnessed, Friday, huge ‘positive development’ regarding its political situation as both of the Presidential Council and the House of Representatives issued statements to announce cease fire and stopping all military operations in all Libyan territories.
Speaker of the Libyan Parliament Aguila Saleh will visit Egypt Sunday, according to Libyan media outlets.
Kilicdaroglu emphasized the need to amend the constitution to get rid of Erdogan's policies that ruined the country.
A picture of a "terrorist" kissing Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan's head resurfaced online, further revealing the history of the relationship between the Turkish leader and terrorist organizations.
Russia's foreign ministry said the heads of Libya's two warring factions will hold talks in Moscow on Monday, the Interfax news agency reported.
President of the European Council Charles Michel will visit Egypt this week in a tour that includes Turkey, at the time where Libyan crisis sees a stand-off.
In a press conference with the Algerian Foreign Minister, Shoukry said that both countries have strong consensus on rejection of any foreign military presence in the Libyan territories.
Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry flew to Algeria on Thursday to convey President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi's message to Algerian President Abdel Madjid Tebboune.
The Libyan Parliament held Saturday an emergency session, in which it voted on a bundle of decisions, including the rejection of the MoUs inked between the Government of National Accord (GNA) and Turkey.
Belhiq added that the Libyan parliament also unanimously voted to cut relations with Turkey.
The voting session came after the head of the Libyan National Army Khalifa Haftar made a televised speech, and called on all Libyans to take up arms in response to a prospective military intervention from Turkey.
Egypt called upon the international community to face this ‘negative approach,” which coincides with Germany’s efforts to reach a comprehensive peaceful solution among the conflicting parties of Libya.
“We affirm Libya’s unity, and its sovereignty over all its territories,” Libyan lawmakers said in their concluding statement.
Since April 4, LNA troops have took military advance on Tripoli-based militias affiliated to the internationally-recognized government that is led by Faiz al Sarraj.
Macron had a phone call with Fayez al-Sarraj to discuss elections in Libya, political and security conditions and combating illegal immigration.
Libya's presidential council chief Fayez al Sarraj and head of the Libyan National Army General Khalifa Haftar announced their abidance by ceasefire agreement.
The head of the U.N.-backed Libyan Government of National Accord, Fayez al-Sarraj, met Monday with Khalifa Haftar, commander of the eastern “Operation Dignity” forces, in Abu Dahbi