The Turkish parliament ratified the much discussed military cooperation agreement with Libya this Saturday, in which Turkey solidifies its commitment to give military support to Libya's Tripoli-based government (GNA) as it seeks to fight off the eastern-based LNA forces. Turkey has, according to a recent UNSC report, been supplying the GNA with arms, especially drones and armoured vehicles, as well as experts and advisers to operate and maintain those.
Turkey's state-run Anadolu news agency reported that the parliament voted 269 in favour with 125 against. Prior to this, President Erdogan said that "Turkey could not remain silent over Russian backed mercenaries backing Haftar's forces", while Turkey's vice president noted Ankara was ready to evaluate possible troop deployments.
However, Turkey's envoy to Libya noted, the day before, that he doesn't foresee Turkish combat troops being deployed to Libya, rather advisers and personnel to help with training, should Tripoli make such a request.