Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah on Tuesday met with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to discuss economic cooperation and political developments in Libya.

The leaders, who met on the sidelines of the World Government Summit in Dubai, reviewed international efforts to advance the path to elections and end transitional phases in Libya.

Erdogan reaffirmed Turkey's recognition of the Government of National Unity as the sole legitimate government, expressing Ankara's readiness to support any dialogue leading to Libya's stability and its progression to elections.

According to the GNU media office, the two sides agreed to support efforts to end the aggression on Gaza, facilitate the entry of humanitarian aid to the besieged territory, and work to unify the Islamic stance on this issue.

The meeting also addressed the situation in Libya's neighbouring countries, with an agreement to unify efforts between Libya and Turkey towards calming and stabilizing the region.