World Bulletin / News Desk
In a written statement, Turkey’s Foreign Ministry expressed sadness “about reports of casualties and damage to buildings as well as to commercial airplanes” during the clashes.
The ministry called on armed groups in Tripoli and all over Libya to act “in accordance with Libyan law and decisions taken by the Presidency Council of the Government of National Accord.”
At least 11 people were killed Monday in the clashes, Libyan media reported.
Commenting on the clashes, Libya’s Presidential Council, affiliated with the UN-backed unity government, said the attacks had been aimed at securing the release of incarcerated ISIL and Al-Qaeda terrorists.
Doha’s ambassador to Ankara reiterates his country’s support for Turkey following imposition of US sanctions
Binali Yildirim says Turkey, with all of its political parties, showed determined stance against attacks on economy
Recep Tayyip Erdogan set to pay official visit to Germany on Sept. 28-29
Latest moves by the US against Turkey opened the world's eyes, says foreign minister
Turkey's MHP head Devlet Bahceli says handover of pastor Brunson may happen if US extradites FETO terror leader to Turkey
We have doubled tariffs on 22 products coming from US, says Trade Minister Ruhsar Pekcan
Presidential aide Kalin slams US authority for not taking concrete steps in Turkey’s 'rightful national security matters'
Indonesian Council of Ulama expresses solidarity with Turkey against US economic attack
The court has rejected the objection of Brunson's lawyer for house arrest
Unemployment in May goes down 0.5 percentage points from the same month last year, according to official data
Turkey is a troop-contributing nation to the anti-Daesh coalition, says deputy commander
Turkish president meets Iraqi premier in capital Ankara
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development’s cumulative investment in Turkey reached nearly $12.2 billion
61 people joined PKK terrorist group, 91 terrorists surrendered so far this year, says Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu