Turkish foreign minister on June 23 met with his German counterpart and Libyan prime minister ahead of the second Berlin Conference on Libya.
"We discussed Libya, our EU relations in the context of immigration and customs union and tourism issues with German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas," Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu wrote on Twitter.
Çavuşoğlu also shared two photographs from the meeting.
Turkey's top diplomat held a series of telephone calls on Feb. 8 with counterparts from three countries.
Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu called his Iraqi Foreign Minister Fuad Hussein to discuss bilateral relations and regional developments, according to Turkish sources.
He separately spoke with Tunisia's Othman Jerandi in a call that focused on recent development in Libya.
Turkey's president congratulated the leaders of Libya's interim government in a phone call on Feb. 6.
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan wished success to Mohammad Younes Menfi and Abdul Hamid Mohammed Dbebibeh, who have been elected as head of the Presidential Council and prime minister, respectively, according to a statement by the Turkish Presidency.
An Ankara court on May 4 officially ruled for a non-suit in the last hearing of the Sept. 12, 1980 military coup case, citing the death of two defendants - namely the chief of general staff and the air force commander of the time - the only military figures still alive when the trial began five years ago.
Libya's internationally recognized parliament on Jan. 25 voted to reject a U.N.-backed unity government, lawmakers said, in a major blow to international efforts to end the country's unrest.
"We voted against endorsing the government and ask... to be presented with another government," parliamentarian Ali al-Gaydi said.