President of the United States, Donald trump said his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan that foreign intervention has complicated the situation in Libya. The two leaders held a telephone conversation on Thursday, 2 January.
According to the White house, trump and Erdogan discussed bilateral and regional issues, including the situation in Libya and Syria. Presidents, in particular, agreed that in order to protect Syrian civilians is a need of de-escalation in Idlib, RIA Novosti reported.
Earlier on Thursday, Turkish Parliament passed a bill which allows you to send troops to Libya.