Libyan opposition parties and world powers leaders have begun talks in Germany to end the long-standing conflict in the North African country.
Al Jazeera reports that Fayez al-Siraj, the head of the recognized government of Tripoli and his rival National Army chief General Khalifa Haftar are expected to attend a UN-backed meeting.
In this regard, Turkish President Rajab Tayyab Erdogan said at a peace summit that military commander Khalifa Haftar would have to end his aggressive attitude to complete the political process.
In a televised comment, Rajab Tayyab Erdogan said that the aggressive position of General Khalifa Haftar, the head of the National Army, should be abolished in order to carry out all stages of the political process and solution.
The Turkish president's position came at the start of a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
French President Emmanuel Macron, on the other hand, lashed out at the deployment of foreign troops in Libya, saying such interference would lead to conflict.
The French president expressed deep concern over the arrival of Syrian and foreign fighters in Tripoli, saying it had to be "eliminated"