ANKARA, Nov. 4 (Xinhua) -- Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim held a phone conversation with his Libyan counterpart Fayez al-Serraj late Saturday to discuss the situation of three Turkish nationals kidnapped in Libya.
According to a statement from Turkish Prime Ministry's Press Office, Yildirim said that Turkey expected the three Turkish citizens to be found "as soon as possible."
"We are ready for granting any kind of assistance in this matter," said Yildirim.
Al-Serraj informed the developments, saying that Libyan government would use every means available to help rescue the Turkish workers.
An armed group kidnapped on Friday three Turkish and one Germany workers from a Turkish engineering and construction firm in Libya's southwestern Ubari region.
The Libyan security forces have launched an operation to find the missing workers, said Libyan officials.