Turkey’s Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu warned Saturday against attempts to create a situation in Libya similar to that in civil war-torn Syria.

“They want to turn [the situation in] Libya to [the one in] Syria. If today Libya would be like Syria, then the turn would come to the other countries in the region,” Cavusoglu told the ruling Justice and Development (AK) Party’s consultation meeting in Antalya, on Turkey’s Mediterranean coast.

On Nov. 27, Ankara and Tripoli’s UN-recognized Government of National Accord signed two separate agreements, one on military cooperation and the other on maritime boundaries of countries

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