Erdogan on the path of “Libyan trap” .. Everyone is against interference

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Russia has joined many countries and blocs that do not agree with Ankara’s intervention in the Libyan issue, although the two countries have come to be known as “allies of the defense system.”

On Friday, Moscow, through its Ministry of Foreign Affairs, expressed its grave concern over the possible threat of Turkey to send troops to Libya, under the guise of support for the Fayez al-Sarraj government.

She said that the maritime and security agreements concluded by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and al-Sarraj in late November raise questions.

With this announcement, Russia decided its position on the two agreements, and resolving here means an opposition position, or at least disagree.

In the past weeks, Russia has been satisfied with saying that it is holding talks on parties related to the Libyan crisis.

The Russian announcement came days before the arrival of a Turkish official delegation to Moscow, where Russian President Vladimir Putin indicated, in his annual press conference, that the Libyan file would be presented to the delegation.

He spoke that he would personally discuss the issue of Libya with his Turkish counterpart Erdogan.

The Russian conversation angered the Turkish president, who was quick to say that his country “cannot remain silent” about an activity, which he called the Russian “mercenaries” in Libya.

Erdogan claimed that there is a Russian security company called “Wagner” fighting with the Libyan National Army.

The Libyan National Army denies receiving support from any foreign agency, or the presence of fighters from outside the country, who are fighting alongside it. Russia has joined many countries and blocs that do not agree with Ankara’s intervention in Libyan affairs, although the two countries have come to be known as “allies” Defensive system. “

On Friday, Moscow, through its Ministry of Foreign Affairs, expressed its grave concern over the possible threat of Turkey to send troops to Libya, under the guise of support for the Fayez al-Sarraj government.

She said that the maritime and security agreements concluded by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and al-Sarraj in late November raise questions.

With this announcement, Russia decided its position on the two agreements, and resolving here means an opposition position, or at least disagree.

In the past weeks, Russia has been satisfied with saying that it is holding talks on parties related to the Libyan crisis.

The Russian announcement came days before the arrival of a Turkish official delegation to Moscow, where Russian President Vladimir Putin indicated, in his annual press conference, that the Libyan file would be presented to the delegation.

He spoke that he would personally discuss the issue of Libya with his Turkish counterpart Erdogan.

The Russian conversation angered the Turkish president, who was quick to say that his country “cannot remain silent” about an activity, which he called the Russian “mercenaries” in Libya.

Erdogan claimed that there is a Russian security company called “Wagner” fighting with the Libyan National Army.

The Libyan National Army denies receiving support from any foreign agency, or the presence of fighters from outside the country, who are fighting alongside it.

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