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Erdogan’s personal envoy: Turkey is ready to stand by democracy on the face of those who want to establish a dictatorship in Libya

The personal envoy of the Turkish president in Libya, “umer Allah Eshler,” said that his country is ready to stand beside democracy and the will of the people on the face of those who want to establish a military dictatorship in Libya.

Eshler, through his official account, on “Twitter”, confirem on Monday, that Erdogan said his country is ready to send troops to Libya, to stand by the legitimacy if the GNA demands that.

Eichler explained that there are those who are trying to thwart the historic agreement between Ankara and Tripoli by illegally supporting Hifter in the hope that he can control Tripoli, and on the other side, the institutions in charge of finding a solution admit to their inability and that their hands tied up each time, he said.

Eishler noted that the step taken by Libya and Turkey changed the rules of the game, and worried all parties that are trying to share the Mediterranean Sea illegally, which made them motivated to respond, stressing that both Turkey and Libya insist on their stance every time.

Eichler stressed that the Memorandum of Understanding signed between Ankara and Tripoli preserved the rights of each country from looting , within the framework of international law, and that without the consent of Turkey or Libya, no regional equation affecting the energy sector in the Mediterranean could be established.

It is worth noting that Turkish President Rejep Tayyip Erdogan confirmed, on Monday, in a television interview that his country signed a military memorandum of understanding with the GNA, and is ready to support it in the field of defense.

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