Abdullah ballig, spokesman of the Libyan National Congress, said in a statement on the same day that the National Congress voted unanimously to break ties with Turkey, cancel security and military cooperation between Libya and Turkey, and refuse to recognize the memorandum of understanding signed by the government of national unity and Turkey.
Turkey voted 325 to 184 to send troops to Libya
On January 2 local time, the Turkish Grand National Assembly voted to pass the bill of sending troops to Libya. There were 325 in favor and 184 against. At the meeting, all parties in the parliament sent their representatives to express their views on sending troops to Libya. At the end of the speech, the parliament voted on the bill. The meeting lasted nearly four hours.