Second Libyan Civil War
Rivals in politically divided Libya have agreed to form a committee on sharing oil revenues, after military strongman Khalifa Haftar sought a "fair" split.
Haftar, who backs the country's eastern administration, had last week called for a committee to address the issue.
He threatened military action unless oil proceeds were divided fairly by the end of August.
Türkiye's parliament on June 21 extended for another 18 months a mandate that allows the deployment of Turkish troops to Libya.
The mandate was renewed with the votes of President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan's ruling party and its nationalist allies which hold a majority in parliament. An opposition party also voted in favor of the extension.
Cavusoglu reiterated unfounded claims made in a letter Turkey had sent to the UN
Turkey's deputy foreign minister reiterated Ankara's continued support on Nov. 12 for the Libyan Government National Unity and the political process.
Sedat Önal spoke at an International Conference on Libya in Paris that was co-chaired by France, Germany and Italy. He said it was very important that Libyans joined the group.
With Libyan presidential elections set for late December went there last week for a secret meeting. Could Israeli normalization with Libya be on the horizon?
Eastern Libya is the region in which Khalifa Haftar has complete control so it is reasonable that in Tobruk anti-Turkish sentiment is expressed in this way