ADDIS ABABA - Turkish Foreign Minister
Ahmet Davutoglu said he would fly to the Libyan rebel capital of
Benghazi on Tuesday.
Speaking in the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa, Davutoglu
told reporters: "From here I will travel to Benghazi as foreign
minister of Turkey but, at the same time, as chairman of the
international Libya contact group."
"There is a beginning of a new era in Libya for a future,
democratic, united Libya. What we always defended as Turkey was
a new Libya based on the aspirations of the people of Libya
without being divided and without there being a chaotic
situation," he said at the African Union's headquarters where an
emergency meeting on Libya had just begun.
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