Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said he would "use all his country's capabilities to prevent the conspiracy against the Libyan people," stressing at the same time that he supports "the legitimate government, led by Al-Sarraj."
This message came in a telephone call made betweem Erdogan and the head of Libya's Presidential Counci, Fayez Al-Sarraj, according to the official page of the Presidential Council's Information Office President on Facebook.
The press office said in its statement that "the call dealt with the latest developments in the political situation and the situation on the ground, where President Erdogan reiterated the condemnation of his country of the attack on the Tripoli and denounced the conspiracy against Libya and its stability."
The statement pointed out that "Erdogan praised the role of Al-Sarraj and the government of national accord in the face of the aggression on the capital and stressed that his country will stand firmly with the Libyans and will support the legitimate government represented by the government of national accord."
Erdogan also stressed that "there is no military solution to the Libyan crisis and that the political track is the only path to build the civil state that all Libyans aspire to."