An official source in the Arab League revealed that the Secretary-General Ahmed Aboul Gheit informed the Iraqi Foreign Minister that the coming stage will witness collective Arab stances to confront the Turkish interference in Arab countries' affairs.
The French Foreign Ministry said in a statement on Thursday that France condemns the Turkish bombing that led to the killing of Iraqi border guards in Hewler, describing it as a "dangerous development."
Iraqi officials called on the Iraqi government to expel the Turkish ambassador and cut ties with Turkey, considering what Turkey had done as "a dangerous act that constitutes a kind of aggression against Iraqi sovereignty."
Leaked documents revealed the details of a new agreement between the Government of National Accord and Turkey, allowing Ankara to monitor and control all Libya's imports and the customs administration, through a company owned by a businessman close to President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi and Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis affirmed that the agreement to demarcate the maritime borders between Egypt and Greece contributes to achieving security and stability in the eastern Mediterranean region, as well as is a historic development of bilateral relations.
Turkey continues to transfer mercenaries to Libya with Qatari support, in a clear challenge to European countries, and in this context, Major General Ahmed al-Mismari confirmed Turkey's transfer of mercenaries from the Horn of Africa to Libya.
Before midnight last night, the Israeli Ministry of Defense conducted a successful test of its Arrow-2 interceptor missile, and this test was conducted in the middle of the country with the participation of the US Missile Defense Agency.
French President Emmanuel Macron said that France would strengthen its military presence in the eastern Mediterranean, calling on Turkey to stop oil and gas exploration work in the disputed waters, which led to an escalation of tension with Greece.
US General Kenneth McKenzie referred to the continued long-term presence of US and NATO forces to counter Iranian influence in Iraq and Syria, speaking of the possibility of reducing some forces, but he stressed America's survival in Iraq and Syria.
The US Embassy in Beirut announced that the US under Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs, David Hale, is visiting Lebanon tomorrow and will express his condolences to the Lebanese people for their losses as a result of the devastating explosion that occurred in the Beirut port.
An Emirati message to the UN Security Council confirmed that Turkey has a long record of interfering in Middle East countries.