Libya Peace Talks

The African Union says it is working to assist Libya get an inclusive solution that will be driven by the Libyan people. The AU insists that it is essential to assist the Libyans engage in political dialogue that will see the UN backed government of National Accord and the Libya National Army reach lasting peace. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan this week made a statement which sounded like a threat to Iran saying he would "teach a lesson" to Libyan leader Khalifa Haftar if he resumed fighting after abandoning ceasefire talks in Moscow. Haftar left Moscow on Tuesday without signing a peace deal aimed at ending nine months of fighting with the UN-backed government in Tripoli. Erdogan said the issue would now be discussed at talks in Berlin on Sunday attended by European, North African and Middle Eastern countries, as well as the UN, EU, Africa Union and Arab League.

Joining us on the line is:

• Dr Shingai Mutizwa Mangiza Independent Political Analyst