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Tripoli, Libyan-Turkish joint Committee was announced to be set up to discuss measures for the return of Turkish companies under contract to Libya to resume their work, besides speeding up infrastructure programmes and accomplish new projects. This came at a press conference, held by the President of the Presidency Council, Fayez Saraj, and Turkish Prime Minister, Benali Yaldirim, following their meeting Wednesday in Ankara which addressed several political, economic and security issues of interest to both countries. They also discussed the prospect of wavering visa restriction on Libyans. The meeting was attended by Libyan delegated Foreign Minister, Mohamed Saila, and Turkish ambassador to Libya, Ahmet Doghan.
Source: Libya News Agency