French President Emmanuel Macron warned of "any external interference" in Lebanon, during a call with his Iranian counterpart, Hassan Rouhani, eight days after the Beirut bombing.
The American Wall Street Journal, citing official and other informed political sources, announced that the United States is preparing to impose "Anti-Corruption" sanctions against Lebanese political figures, businessmen and some Hezbollah allies in Lebanon, in an attempt to "weaken" the influence of the party in the country.
On Wednesday, the Israeli Foreign Ministry expressed its full support for Greece, in confronting Turkey's activities in the Mediterranean.
The Arab Parliament called for international action to stop the blatant Turkish attacks and repeated military breaches of the sovereignty of Iraq, stressing its readiness to mobilize support and regional and international support to stop the repeated Turkish attacks.
A Lebanese politician accused Turkey of the Beirut port explosion, citing the Jisr al-Shughour operation carried out by the mercenaries of Jabhet Al-Nusra, and called on the Lebanese state to file a complaint against Ankara.
The spokesman for the Commander-in-Chief of the Iraqi Armed Forces, Major General Yahya Rasoul, condemned the Turkish bombing of Sidakan, which caused the death of a commander in the Iraqi Border Guard forces and a number of other commanders, and threatened, saying, "We will not tolerate squandering Iraqi blood."
On Wednesday, the League of Arab States condemned the repeated Turkish violations of Iraqi sovereignty, noting that it supports any move that Baghdad takes on the international arena in order to stop the military attacks and preserve the country's sovereignty, security and stability.
Libyan sources said that the Libyan army air force fighters bombed armed convoys carrying a number of mercenaries and "terrorist" elements of the government of Fayez al-Sarraj in Wadi Bay area, west of Sirte.
Today, Arab newspapers have followed the Turkish moves in the Middle East, as they seek to wrest the leadership of the Sunnis of Lebanon from Saudi Arabia, while they rose with the Arab Gulf, Iraq and Greece, but this led to the crystallization of a unified position on the Gulf, Egypt and Greece to confront these moves.
The Iraqi Presidency condemned targeting Sidkan area in Kurdistan region by one of the Turkish occupation's drones, and considered it a serious violation of Iraq's sovereignty.
The Iraqi Parliament called on the UN Security Council to intervene urgently to stop the repeated Turkish violations, and demanded that the government summon the Turkish ambassador.