Turkey, the United Kingdom and Italy are discussing security cooperation

AA / Cecil

Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Agar discussed cooperation with his British colleagues Ben Wallace and Italian Lorenzo Gurini on security and security and regional issues.

This emerges from a tripartite meeting between Agar, Wallace and Quirini on the Italian island of Sicily, before the Turkish defense minister arrived in Libya.

Recall that the Turkish official held a bilateral meeting with his Italian representative before the tripartite meeting and spoke with Wallace after that meeting.

In a statement to the press at the end of this series of meetings, Agar confirmed that the talks with his British and Italian counterparts were positive and constructive, and expressed his satisfaction at the mutual understanding of the issues discussed.

Later that day, Friday, Agar flew to Libya.

* Translated by Majdi Ismail from Arabic

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