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Earlier today the Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan told reporters in Ankara that Turkey is going to take control of Benghazi Airport for humanitarian aid.
"An agreement has been concluded (with local authorities in Libya) in order that Turkey takes responsibility for Benghazi Airport for distributing humanitarian aid", Erdogan said before he was about to leave for a working-trip to the war torn Iraq.
He did not say when Turkey would undertake the mission. An official from the Turkish Foreign Ministry told AFP that Turkey had agreed to run the airport following a request from insurgents. Turkey will send “civilian and technical personnel to run the airport. Progress has been made to ensure that the airport be reopened”, the official added. Turkey is the only predominantly Muslim member of NATO and a key regional player which has categorically blasted Zionist states led air strikes on Libyan territory, vowing to “never point a gun at the Libyan people” and stressing the need for humanitarian aid efforts. The Turkish parliament, however, approved the dispatch of a naval force to Libyan waters as the Islamist-rooted government moved reluctantly to join the military campaign in the north African country. Ankara has pledged six vessels to a NATO patrol mission to enforce a UN arms embargo against Gaddafi's regime.