Erdogan contradicts himself and attacks mercenaries in Libya

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan indicated that stability of Libya as soon as possible would be in the interest of the entire region, praising his country’s efforts to thwart what he described as the national army’s plan to “occupy” the capital, according to his description.

Erdogan returned in the second paragraph of statements to the Turkish magazine “Crater” Monday, to contradict himself as usual, when he called for “the expulsion of mercenaries who are fighting in Libya”, considering that they “turned the country into a lake of blood”, forgetting the thousands of mercenaries who transferred them from Syria to Libya, in recognition statements made by himself and his officials, as well as according to documented evidence of several human rights organizations via video clips.

Erdogan also called on the international community to support the government, which he described as “legitimate”, in the face of the Commander in Chief of the National Army Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar.

Regionally, Erdogan noted that his country is open to dialogue with all countries for cooperation and equitable sharing in the Mediterranean, also in contradiction with its uniqueness by signing the maritime agreement with the GNA to extend its control over maritime areas that are not related to his country.


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