In Misrata, Akar repeated what he was doing in Tripoli when he arrived at Misrata Air College and was greeted by Bashagha and a number of Turkish officers, before visiting the Turkish operating room, which oversaw military operations and carried out air sorting operations. The operating room was the starting point for the Turkish intervention in Libya. The sources said that the military agreement guaranteed the protection of Turkish interests in Libya and allowed for a direct intervention by Ankara in the country. At the end of June, Egypt (Haftar`s supporter) warned Turkey and the GNA against military intervention when the GNA attacked Sirte. The GNA government condemned the warning and called it a declaration of war. [46] [47] In November 2019, Turkey and the Tripoli-based Government of the National Agreement (GNA) signed the maritime agreement and a military cooperation agreement. The Libyan warring parties also agreed in Geneva for foreign military and mercenaries to leave Libya. The Turkish military intervention in Libya is mainly interpreted as an attempt to ensure access to maritime resources and borders in the eastern Mediterranean, especially after the ratification of the agreement between Libya and Turkey, within the framework of the blue doctrine of the country of origin (mavi Vatan). Secondary Turkish objectives would also have led to the fight against Egyptian and Emirati influence in the Middle East and North Africa[33] Turkish participation in disputes with Greece and Cyprus.

[34] Turkey supports the government of Tripoli, the capital, and a non-military solution to the crisis. From the mitiga hospital, a helicopter took Turkish Defence Minister and Chief of Staff Yasar Guler to a warship in the Mediterranean, where the Turkish military intervention centre is located. The Turkish military intervention in the second Libyan civil war is a military intervention by Turkey to support the government of the Libyan National Agreement (GNA) in the second Libyan civil war. The military intervention was approved on 2 January 2020 by the Grand National Assembly of Turkey, which received a one-year mandate to send troops to Libya. [27] Turkish military operations in Libya began on 5 January. [28] Sources stated that the recent agreements provided for the establishment of a Turkish military base in Libya, in addition to the establishment of a Turkish military force on Libyan soil, whose members enjoy immunity from prosecution and that they would be expected to intervene at any time to protect the Sarraj government from any threat. The High Council of State also said in a statement that « the agreement does not contain legitimate agreements with Turkey. » The durable ceasefire agreement reached in Geneva between the rival Libyan parties will have no impact on military agreements with Turkey and cooperation with Ankara will continue, Libya`s defence minister said late on Sunday. ANKARA (Reuters) – Turkey`s parliament on Saturday approved a security cooperation and military policy agreement signed last month with Libya`s internationally recognized government, according to government media.

The GNA said in a statement that talks involving a high-level military delegation from both sides discussed developments in Libya and discussed « military and security cooperation » as part of the agreement signed between the Sarraj government and Ankara last November.