Sending ground troops to Libya is not currently on Turkey’s foreign policy agenda, but the country might consider to do so if the UN-recognized Libyan government makes such a request, according to Turkish foreign minister.

“At the moment, as no such request was made, we don’t have a plan of sending ground combat units [to Libya], but our president [Recep Tayyip Erdogan] earlier said we might evaluate this if such a request is made,” Mevlut Cavusoglu said Wednesday amid his joint news conference with his Croatian counterpart Gordan Grlic Radman in Ankara.

Croatia, as a member of the EU,

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