The Deputy Head of the Presidential Council, Mossa Al-Koni, discussed with Mauritanian President Mohamed Ould Sheikh Al-Ghazouani the prospects for developing Libyan-Mauritanian relations to serve the interests of both countries in many fields.

This discussion came in a meeting on Saturday on the sidelines of the activities of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation summit held in Gambia. The two sides stressed "the importance of holding the Organization of the Islamic Conference summit during this critical period that the Islamic nation is experiencing because of its contribution to defending its crucial issues, especially the Palestinian Cause."

Earlier, Al-Koni met with Moroccan Foreign Minister Nasser Bourita, and they welcomed the recommendations that the summit will produce at the conclusion of its work to support the issues of the Islamic nation, in reference to the Palestinian Cause and the aggression against Gaza, in addition to the measures that the summit will take regarding assisting Arab countries in implementing the 2030 Plan for sustainable development.

Al-Koni also met with the Turkish Foreign Minister Hakan Fidan, who reaffirmed his country's continued support for the efforts of the Presidential Council to achieve stability in Libya.

The meeting discussed bilateral relations between the two countries and ways to develop them in a way that serves the interests of Libya and Turkey in many fields, in addition to discussing the current issues of the Arab and Islamic nation, especially the Palestinian Cause, the war on Gaza, and mechanisms for taking a unified position to stop the aggression against it, and coordinating the entry of humanitarian aid to civilians.