Cavusoglu says no other actor can play Turkey’s role in Libya

The Turkish Foreign Minister, Mevlut Cavusoglu, said that there is no other stakeholder in Libya that can play Turkey’s role.

Cavusoglu added in a speech Thursday, during the end-of-year evaluation meeting at the Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, that the results of the Turkish role in Libya have been ongoing since 2019, in reference to the two memoranda of understanding, military agreement and the demarcation of maritime borders which were signed with the former Government of National Accord in November 2019. 

Regarding the position on Greece, Cavusoglu warned Athens against trying to expand in the territorial waters in the Aegean Sea, and against being drawn into adventures and running after false showing-off, saying the end will never be good for Greece.

He also announced his intention to hold talks with his Russian counterpart, Sergey Lavrov, following the tripartite meeting that took place on Wednesday by the defense ministers and heads of the intelligence services of Turkey, Russia and the Syrian regime.


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