On Saturday, Turkish President Rejep Tayyip Erdogan called for the necessity of expelling foreign mercenaries from Libya and holding the coup leaders accountable for the crimes and mass graves they committed.
In an interview with the Turkish magazine “Creter”, Erdogan affirmed that reinforcing the political and economic strength of Libya would bring comfort the North Africa region and the European continent as a whole, reiterating the call of the international community to side with the legitimate government and put an end to the coup , according to the text of the news reported by the Anatolia News Agency.
Erdogan added that his country has no ambitions for the occupation of the territory of any country, and that Ankara is doing its best; In order to bring peace and stop the blood wasted in the region.
Erdogan added, by saying: The gains made on the ground will be good news for establishing stability in all of Libya, and the military cooperation agreement and the demarcation of the maritime borders between the two countries, concluded between Ankara and Tripoli, acquire great importance, and thanks to these agreements they guaranteed their rights in the eastern Mediterranean, and we defended our Libyan brothers, According to the news.
It is worth noting that Turkish President Rejep Tayyip Erdogan said a few days ago that there are countries that pretend democracy and support the coup in Libya, stressing that his country will not leave the Libyan people at the mercy of the coup leaders.