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Erdogan: Our agreement with Libya is a sovereign right of the two countries.


Turkish President Rejep Erdogan said on Tuesday that the deal with Libya could be an inconvenient to France, stressing that it is a sovereign right of both countries and would not be discussed with anyone.

During a press conference before his visit to Britain, Erdogan stressed that the meetings of Egypt, France and Greece for the agreement will not affect the deal.

Erdogan said he would discuss with the leaders of Germany, Britain and France on the issues of the Mediterranean and the issue of Libya and Syria.

Turkish President Recep Erdogan said on Saturday that the security and maritime cooperation agreement with Libya will be applied in all its terms, and his country will not withdraw its ships from the Mediterranean.

It is worth noting that the President of the Presidential Council, Fayez Al-Sarraj signed last Wednesday, two memorandums of understanding with Turkish President Rejep Erdogan; for security and maritime cooperation between the two countries.

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