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Arab newspapers have seen that the Jerusalem summit did not make progress on the Iranian role, as Netanyahu did not get comfortable because of the positions of Washington and Moscow and the organizers decided to transfer the differences to the meeting of Trump and Putin in Japan, while experts pointed out that the loss of the Justice and Development Party of Istanbul represents the beginning of the end of political life for Erdogan.

 Arab newspapers this morning touched on the results of the tripartite summit in Jerusalem and the repercussions of the loss of Erdogan's party in the Istanbul elections.

Al-Sharq Al-Awsat: Tripartite Security Meeting in Israel ... Agreement on Syria's Stability and Differences on Iran

"Despite the announcement by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that the heads of the National Security Councils in the United States, Russia and Israel agreed at their meeting," Al-Sharq Al-Awsat reported, on Tuesday, the need for political stability of post-war Syria, the differences between them remained the same with regard to the Iranian role. "

According to political sources in Tel Aviv, Netanyahu was not satisfied with the meeting, not only as a result of the dissident Russian position, but also because of statements by the American delegate, who called for dialogue.

These sources said that the meeting yesterday did not reach practical results, but decided to transfer the differences to the Russian-American summit between President Vladimir Putin and President Donald Trump, which will be held during the summit of industrialized countries in Japan.

Al-Arab newspaper: The loss of the Istanbul municipality strengthens the opposition within AKP.

Turkey's ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) has lost many points to its Turkish reputation and even to its international reputation as a result of the policy of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the founder of the party that turned into a private institution to run his projects.

According to Wolfango Piccoli, co-chair of the research firm Teno Intelligence, many politicians within the Justice and Development Party (AKP) considered the decision to force the re-election in Istanbul to be a disaster, as this adventure did not work. This result could fuel a sense of uneasiness among members of Erdogan's party, as well as his opponents, that "his political life is now heading towards an irreversible decline." "The second defeat of the AKP candidate marks the beginning of the end of Erdogan 's political life," said Mohamed Gonal Ulger, head of the Turkish polling center Polimeter.



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