Source: Cairo – Ashraf Abdel Hamid
The focus was on reviewing the latest developments on the Libyan scene, especially the announcement made by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to start sending troops to Libya, as the ministers of the three countries stressed his seriousness and negative impact on Berlin Conference And the situation inside Libya.
They also considered that this declaration itself is evidence of the intention to violate the relevant UN Security Council resolutions, and heralds further internationalization of the Libyan crisis.
To that, they expressed great concern that such a declaration would lead to wasting the efforts made by the international community and countries that are keen on Libyas interests and stability, and which are joining forces to reach a comprehensive settlement that includes dealing with all aspects of the Libyan crisis.
They stressed that there is consensus on the importance of supporting the political process in Berlin and giving it all chances of success, instead of venturing again by putting international efforts on the Libyan issue in danger.
Erdogan reiterated, Thursday, just days before the Berlin conference to resolve the Libyan crisis, that his country It will start sending troops to LibyaIn support of the Al-Wefaq government headed by Fayez al-Sarraj.
Erdogan, who spoke in Ankara, added that his country will continue to use all diplomatic and military means to ensure stability to the south of its territory, including Libya. Erdogan is scheduled to meet with leaders of Germany, Russia, Britain and Italy on Sunday to discuss the Libyan crisis.
In addition, he said that Turkey will begin granting licenses for exploration and drilling in the eastern Mediterranean this year, in implementation of a maritime agreement concluded with the Libyan government of reconciliation.
On January 5, the Turkish President announced that Turkish forces have started to gradually go to Libya.