Turkey and Libya have announced their intention to build a joint media platform as part of a strategic media agreement. This should help strengthen media relations between the two countries.
As reported by the Anadur Agency of Turkey, “Through the platform, an infrastructure for a strong network of media relations between the two countries will be built, a bridge for communication between the opinion leaders of the two countries will be built, exchanges and expertise. Training menus through home organizations. Partnerships with representatives of the media and various sectors have also been established. And the collaboration of television and film, the fight against fake information at the international level, and the official media of both countries. Implementation of joint action with institutions.
Within three months of the entry into force of the Memorandum of Understanding, the parties have decided to appoint a joint working committee to develop a detailed plan for the operation of the media platform.
Fakhhruddin Altun, Head of Communications for the President of Turkey, and Walid Ammar al-Lafi, Minister of Communications and Political Affairs in Libya, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding on Strategic Cooperation in the Media Field. The Memorandum of Understanding is one of the fifth agreements signed in various fields at the ceremonies attended by the two countries. On Monday, Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Libya’s chairman of the National Unified Government, Abd al-Hamid al-Dabaiba, attended the first meeting of the High-Level Strategic Cooperation Council of Turkey and Libya.