Tuesday 21 July 2020
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, in his first comment after the Egyptian parliament authorized President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi to intervene militarily in Libya, said that his country will not give anyone an opportunity and demanded not to “get excited”, in comments he made today Tuesday.
Erdogan said, in the statements carried by the official Turkish channel TRT, that Ankara is closely following some recent developments in Libya, adding: “No one should get excited, we will not give them the opportunity.”
And the House of Representatives, in a session held on Monday, agreed to send elements of the armed forces on combat missions outside the borders of the state to defend Egyptian national security in the western strategic direction against militias and terrorist groups.
Ahmed Davutoglu, head of the Future Party and former Turkish prime minister, called on President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to work to avoid a clash with Egypt.
He addressed the ally of the former Turkish president, his archenemy rival at the moment Erdogan, saying: “Sit down and talk to Egypt if necessary … I must talk about what is going on behind the scenes. A confrontation between Egypt and Turkey in Libya will not be good for Turkey. But it is not from It is right to withdraw from Libya, because Egypt or others wanted it. Turkey’s ability should be used wisely. “
It is mentioned that Egypt had confirmed that it would continue to monitor the situation seriously and take decisive measures as secured and Arab national security secure.
Egypt seeks to push towards a political solution and find a Libyan Libyan consensus that leads to preserving the unity, stability, security and safety of Libyan lands, away from the interference of extremist militias and external parties.