The Foreign Affairs Committee of the Turkish Parliament approved on Monday the memorandum of understanding signed last month between Libya and Turkey on security and military cooperation.
According to Anadolu News Agency, the MoU includes cooperation in the fields of security and military training, defence industries, and combating terrorism and irregular migration.
It contains logistical cooperation such as mapping, military planning, and transfer of experiences, in addition to establishing a mutual defence and security cooperation office upon request.
It also includes provisions for launching a “quick reaction force” if requested by the Libyan government.
The agreement will become law after being ratified by the full parliament.