Turkish Foreign Minister Hakan Fidan highlighted that discussions with his Egyptian counterpart, Sameh Shoukry, encompassed the Libyan file among various regional issues addressed during their meeting on Saturday.

"We advocate for the stability and unity of Libya. We deliberated with the Egyptian side on how to collaboratively pursue this objective systematically and explored actionable proposals," Fidan said at a joint press conference with Shukri in Ankara. He also affirmed agreement with the Egyptian FM to sustain dialogue on the Libyan issue.

A statement by the Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that Shoukry's visit to Turkey aimed at bolstering cooperation and enhancing bilateral relations between the two nations, with scheduled meetings with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

Erdogan's visit to Egypt in February last year was the first in 12 years. The Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs cited that "the outcomes of normalization with Cairo have become evident in Libya and Gaza."

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