Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Turkish counterpart, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, discussed "prospects for settling the situation and intensifying Libyan peace talks," during a phone conversation on Tuesday.
The Kremlin, in a statement, said that Putin and Erdogan “agreed to continue coordination between the ministries of foreign affairs and defense and intelligence services of the two countries." The phone conversation also touched on the situation in Syria and Karabakh.
The head of the United Nations mission to Libya, Stephanie Williams, announced that the members of the Libyan Joint Military Committee had reached a ceasefire agreement during the talks in Geneva last week.
On Monday, the first meeting of the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum was held by video call, while direct meetings of the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum will take place in Tunisvin November.