Turkey’s top officials: A new regime should be established in Libya
“There is no room anymore for the old administration in Libya. A new regime needs to established in the shortest possible time, which is free of oppression.” 
“Gaddafi needs to step down to lead the way for a comprehensive political transition.  We see the NTC [National Transitional Council] as the legitimate and respected representative of the Libyan people.” 
“A new era has started in the history of Libya.We are lost for words in the Libyan question. What is needed to be done at this juncture by Muammar Qaddafi who stills holds the power in Tripoli is to step down immediately by fulfilling his historic responsibility as well as his humane and conscientious responsibility.” 
Izmir base to become a centre of NATO operations in Libya
Southeast European Times, 27 March 2011
The command-and-control centre for NATO's air campaign to enforce a no-fly zone over Libya will be located at the alliance's base in the province of Izmir in western Turkey, NATO spokesperson Col. Geoffrey Booth told a press conference in Brussels on Friday (March 25th). Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu announced late Thursday that his country's concerns about the mission in the northern African country had been resolved and the government would join the international coalition that is intervening in the Libyan crisis.