​​​​​​​Specialist in Turkish affairs: Turkey exploits NATO to achieve its goals in region

The researcher and specialist in the Turkish affairs Mohamed Rabie Dehi said: "Turkey is taking advantage of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) to achieve its goals in the region, especially in Libya, and the situation is the most dangerous in the face of Turkish expansion and the divisions it is undertaking in the region."

The speech of the researcher and specialist on Turkish affairs, Mohamed Rabie Dehi, came during a phone call with Hawar news agency's correspondent about the conflict and crisis in Libya and the Turkish intervention in the matter of that Arab country.

"The situation in Libya is the most dangerous at all because with the exacerbation of the situation in Libya, we will not be in front of a new Syria, but rather we can be in front of a new Somalia, during which any peaceful or negotiated solution will be difficult," Rabie Dehi said.

The Turkish role may cause a third world war

Dehi believes that "the Turkish role may place the world in front of the option of a third world war in light of a division within the European Union over the necessity of imposing tough sanctions, and others consider the sanctions to be economic, in addition to the rift within NATO, which threatens the continuation of the NATO in light of Turkey's exploitation of NATO to achieve its ambitions in the region, which made the NATO to stand in a position of helplessness and spectator over the policies of Ankara without stopping these Turkish aspirations and skill, so the situation in Libya is getting more dangerous by the continuation of the Turkish support.

Turkey is not accepted in the Arab Street

The Egyptian researcher who is specialized in the Turkish affairs explained: "It seems that Ankara has become a partner in a new division scheme for the Arab region, and is seeking to tighten control over North Africa and many Arab countries to implement this plan, but the Arab reality proves the awareness of the Arab citizen about this threat. The Arab region and peoples are now rejecting the Brotherhood, the executing arm of the Turkish targets in the Arab region in a large way, even if they wish to go far beyond Libya. It will not be accepted by the Arab Street.

On the importance of Libya for Ankara and the insistence on imposing Turkish hegemony on it, Dehi says that "Libya is considered the focal point in the Turkish strategy after Turkey's failure to control Egypt, as well as the failure of its ambition in Syria. Therefore, Turkey views Libya as an important focal point in its strategies of existence in North Africa and penetration into the African depth, as well as exploiting it to disturb major regional countries such as Egypt which destroyed the Turkish project."

He pointed out that Turkey, through its presence in Libya, "can seize the oil wealth in the eastern Mediterranean, support the Muslim Brotherhood, and use them as a pressure card or a provocation to the European Union by threatening the security of the Union or sending terrorists through the Mediterranean."

An expected retreat of the Turkish role in Libya

Commenting on the positions of European and Arab countries on Turkish intervention in Libya, Dehi says, "I think that Turkish intervention in the Libyan arena will witness a significant decline during the coming period in light of the international powers' refusal of this role, as well as the Egyptian position which indicated the possibility of using military force in the event of the continuation of the destabilizing Turkish role in the region, in addition to that the European position has started to take an upward trend towards Turkey and confirms its rejection of this role, and its endeavor to impose sanctions on Turkey in a large and serious way, fearing that Turkey might ignite a third world war."

At the end of his speech, the researcher and specialist in Turkish affairs, Mohamed Rabie Dehi, called for the necessity of uniting efforts at the Arab and European levels to confront the Turkish role in the region without giving importance to those countries whose regimes owe allegiance to the Turkish regime.



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