ref:topbtw-3410.html/3 Agosto 2022/A
un abbraccio sempre più stretto..
La Turchia auspica le prossime libere elezioni in Libia... come tutti..
Magari libere, ma alla turca..oppure in pretto stile putiniano..
Certamente l'ipotesi delle tre provincie autonome è riduttiva, per chi vuole sempre avere il tutto e non certo
doversi accontentare di una fetta, e magari avere dei confinanti scomodi..
Insomma, perché rischiare di accontentarsi di un terzo della torta, quando la si puo' prendere tutta ?
Libya Observer report:
Turkish President, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, on Tuesday 2nd, received Speaker of the House of Representatives,
Aqila Saleh, and member of the Presidential Council, Abdullah Al-Lafi, in the Turkish capital, Ankara.
Al-Lafi stated in a statement through his official Facebook account that the meeting, which also included
the Speaker of the Turkish Parliament, Mustafa Sentop, dealt with the two countries’ relations
and political developments in Libya.
The views at the meeting converged on preserving the unity of the Libyan territory
and to expedite the conduct of the electoral process, through the necessary and agreed-upon
legislation through one strong government, he explained.
Al-Lafi also added that the meeting stressed the need to exclude a military solution, and to cease
all escalations that hinder the building of a civil and democratic state, according to the statement.
Aqila Saleh's visit to Turkey is the first of its kind, since Khalifa Haftar's takeover of the
eastern region, announcing the severing of relations with Turkey and the start of what they described
“jihad against the Turkish occupation”.