Egypt and Turkey are intent on coordinating policy in Libya

Both Egypt and Turkey are determined to open a new chapter in their relations and act in cooperation on several files instead of seeing one another as rivals. This diplomatic trend opens new avenues for Libya and its accentuation throughout 2024 is likely to impact domestic politics.

On April 20, Egypt’s Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry visited his Turkish counterpart Hakan Fidan in Ankara to discuss a wide array of international and regional issues, including Libya.

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