The Turkish ambassador to Libya, Kenan Yilmaz, said a delegation of ministers from his country would visit Libya soon to discuss more cooperation in multifarious areas.

The remarks came Tuesday in a meeting with the Deputy Head of the Presidential Council Abdullah Al-Lafi in Tripoli as Yilmaz reiterated Ankara's support for national reconciliation and stabilityin Libya through backing up the political process as well as the new interim executive authority.

Al-Lafi hailed the role of Turkey in supporting the political process in Libya as well as peace and stability in the country, reiterating the importance of cooperation with Ankara in security, military, political, and economic areas and to receive Turkish expertise in training and consultations.

He also stressed the need to implement all the agreements signed by the two countries, in addition to the return of Turkish companies to work in Libya, especially in reconstruction and energy as well as electricity, and to activate the work of the Libyan-Turkish committee to resume the suspended projects.