Libya and Turkey agreed on a working mechanism to activate the customs agreement on mutual administrative cooperation concluded between the two parties in 2014. 

This came during a meeting held at the headquarters of the Turkish Ministry of Trade in the capital, Ankara, between a Libyan delegation headed by the Director of the Libyan Customs Authority and the Director of Turkish Customs, in the presence of the Commercial Attaché at the Libyan Embassy.

Minutes of a meeting were signed between the two sides to activate the exchange of information and cooperation, and implement training activities to raise the efficiency of members of the Customs Authority. 

The meeting also discussed the important role that customs plays in smoothing the movement of goods, protecting consumers, and enhancing economic security between the two countries.