Nasser Issa: Turkish role in Libya will not exceed moral support for accord government

Cairo University political researcher PH.D. Nasser Mamoun Issa confirmed that Turkey had received major strikes recently in the Middle East, indicating that the Turkish role in Libya would not exceed moral support for Accord Government.

In a special statement to Hawar news agency with political researcher at Cairo University, PH.D. Nasser Mamoun Issa regarding the Libyan crisis, and Erdogan's announcement to send forces to fight alongside Accord Government, he said: "After Egypt, Cyprus, Greece and Israel announced the holding of the East Mediterranean Gas Forum, Erdogan found himself standing alone Empty-handed. "

Nasser explained that after these parties rejected the Turkish presence in the region, Turkey began to search for a compromise, and began supporting al-Sarraj Brotherhood government, with the same ideology of the Justice and Development Party AKP.

He added: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan went crazy, when he was taken out of the Greek islands that prevent his borders from spreading to the other side of the Mediterranean.

Cairo University political researcher PH.D. Nasser Mamoun Issa said regarding Libya: "Germany previously refused to attend the Libya conference in Berlin, which it saw the need to put in place for it in Libya, to mix all the papers, whether in the gas file or in the arrangements of the Libyan house, in the interest of a share of Libyan gas or a cake of reconstruction. "

He pointed out that Turkey had received a great shock regarding Libya, after the Egyptian stance and the Tunisian and Algerian refusal, so everyone is waiting for it. On the one hand, Egypt prepared for all possibilities of dealing with it, and on the other hand, the Tunisian regime, which has the same ideology, abandoned it after terrible public pressure, as well as the Algerian regime that announced It is against any foreign interference in Libya. "

The political researcher at Cairo University, PH.D. Nasser Mamoun Issa said at the end of his speech: "Erdogan's role in Libya will not exceed support for Accord Government and some military experts who have been present for some time in Tripoli, and Turkey will not be able to move in Libya as planned."

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ANHA 


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