Libya: Turkey's FM Ahmet Davutoglu outlines policy
A London conference of 40 governments and international organisations has agreed to set up a new group with Arab nations to discuss a future for Libya after Colonel Gaddafi.
Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu was at that conference and spoke to the BBC's Jonathan Head about whether there's now a clear strategy for resolving the problem in Libya.
He also spoke about Syria, a country which he said was the most vital in the region due to it's geopolitical importance, and how reform without risking stability is both important and achievable.
30 Mar 2011