Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu hopes that Russian President Vladimir Putin will take part in the conference on Libyan regulation, set to take place on January 19 in Berlin, ONA reports citing TASS.
"In the upcoming period, we will continue to apply efforts [on Libyan regulation]. We wish for a permanent ceasefire to be established in Libya and for the sides to begin the process of political regulation. [Turkish and Russian] Presidents [Recep Tayyip] Erdogan and [Vladimir] Putin will take part in the Berlin summit on January 19. This shows how important peace in Libya is to us," the Turkish top diplomat stressed during a press conference at the SETA foundation in Ankara.
Earlier, the Kremlin stated that it would inform of Putin’s participation in the conference in due time.