Russia-Turkey support UN Libya action plan
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and his Turkish counterpart Mevlut Cavusoglu have reaffirmed their commitment to assist Libyan conflict settlement the Russian Foreign Ministry (MFA) said. The agreement was reach during a telephone conversation on April 18.
Diplomats have exchanged opinions on the situation in Libya, expressing “concern over a serious escalation of the situation due to unceasing clashes between various armed groups in Tripoli that have led to numerous casualties.”
“Russian side stressed that the profound crisis that enveloped Libya is a direct consequence of NATO’s 2011 intervention,” Russian Minister underlined.
Russian and Turkish diplomacy have confirmed their mutual commitment to enhance the negociations over the ceasefire and peace between the conflicting sides strictly through political-diplomatic dialogue on the basis of the UN Libya Action Plan.