The spokesman for the Turkish Presidency, Ibrahim Kalin, says that the stable development of Turkish-Egyptian relations not only benefits the two countries but is of the utmost importance for Libya and the entire region.

Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusogu's recent visit to Egypt was important and fruitful," Kalin told Anadolu Agency on Sunday.

According to the Turkish official, Cavusoglu discussed in Cairo regional issues and the eastern Mediterrane file. They also appointed ambassadors after a hiatus of nearly ten years.

Following his visit to Cairo last Monday, Cavusoglu said the agreements between Libya and Turkey, including the marine memorandum of understanding, do not threaten Egypt, just as Cairo's deal with Greece was not against Ankara.

Regarding military cooperation with Libya, the top Turkish diplomat made it clear that his country is not in competition with Egypt in the Libyan arena, confirming that they agreed to continue close consultation and cooperation on Libya.