Turkish president surprise visit to Tunisia, Met President Kais Saied,

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Tunisian President Kais Saied

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Tunisian President Kais Saied

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Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan arrived in Tunisia on Wednesday for an unannounced visit, where he met with his Tunisian counterpart Kais Saied on Thursday. At the meeting, the two leaders agreed to support and support the government led by Faiz al-Sarraj, the head of Libya’s national federal government. On the other hand, the Tunisian president’s visit to Tunisia’s public and political circles is causing intense frustration and fear. Tunisia and Turkey announce support and assistance to Libya’s national federal government at a time when Turkey announces to deploy troops to help Faiz al-Sarraj in Syria. This development is a new attempt to stop the advance of the Libyan National Army.

On Thursday, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan met with members of the ruling party, AK. He said that Libya’s national federal government has requested intervention and assistance in Tripoli. Turkey will deploy its troops to Libya after parliament’s approval on January 8. He said he had also spoken to his Tunisian counterpart Kais Saied on the situation in Libya. The two countries have agreed on the full support of Libya. Turkey and Tunisia consider the Faiz al-Sarraj government in Libya as a constitutional and legal government and owe its support to it.

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan made a surprise visit to Tunisia. The visit was accompanied by Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu, Defense Minister Hulusi Akar, Intelligence Chief Hakan Fidan and other top officials. He met Tunisian President Kais Saied and other officials. On their visit, several types of tea are being served. In political and public circles, it is being described as controversial, disappointing and a symbol of fear. Many questions are being raised regarding the goals and objectives of the visit. The Turkish president made the visit at a time when Ankara, on the other hand, is planning to intervene in Tripoli. Turkey also wants to include other countries in the project. Concerns over the visit of the Tunisian government and the Turkish president to the Turkish president have also raised concerns.

Tunisian Constitution Party demanded in Parliament on Thursday that details of Tunisia’s visit to Turkey be brought to light. The statement said Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s request for Tunisia’s help in Libya’s case is an attempt to impose national security on other countries’ intervention and move beyond regional and global axis. The Tunisian political party says the Turkish president’s unannounced and mysterious visit to the Tunisian public is also a cause for concern. The public is raising concerns over his visit. What is surprising is that the Tunisian Foreign Minister was not present during his meeting with President Kais Saied.

A statement issued by the Tunisian program Movement also criticized the visit of Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan. The statement said that Turkey is reorganizing its cooperation with Libya’s national federal government. The Tunisian program Movement called on President Qais Saeed and the government not to leave the Arab axis and to join Arab countries in resolving regional issues and disputes. Tunisian political party ‘Afaq Tunisia’ also declared the Turkish president’s unannounced visit as a surprise and a concern. Tunisia says Tunisia needs to distance itself from regional ideological conflicts. Tunisia’s visit to Turkey’s camp is detrimental to the country’s national security and strategic strategy.

On the other hand, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has announced that he will send his troops to Libya next month at Tripoli’s request. Libya’s globally recognized government has been fighting against General Khalifa Haftar in eastern Libya for more than a month where General Haftar has the support of the United Arab Emirates, Russia and Egypt. Last month, Turkey signed two agreements with the Libyan government, one of which was based on security and military cooperation. The other was in the Eastern Mediterranean regarding my time borders.

Addressing the leaders of his party, Erdogan said, “We have received an invitation which we accept, we will present the bill to send the Libyan army to Parliament as soon as possible, after which the law will become law from January 8 to 9 and we will be able to send the army. Turkey has been pointing to this new campaign for several weeks, and with the launch of this mission, Turkey’s military campaigns will expand further. Where, three months ago, Turkey launched a campaign against Kurdish militias in northeast Syria. Turkey has already surrendered to Libya despite UN sanctions on arms delivery. On Wednesday, Erdogan visited Tunisia in which Tunisian neighbor Libya discussed other issues, including co-operation for the seizure. And on Thursday, the two countries announced the full support of Libya’s globally-approved government.

Tensions with Russia:

Meanwhile, Russia expressed its reservations over Turkey’s possible military assistance to Libya, on which the Turkish president took a half-hearted hand over Russia’s assistance to General Haftar. He said that Russia was present in Libya with 2000 Wagner fighters to assist Saturday, was he called by the government? No. They are all helping the Saturday while we have accepted the invitation from a legal government, the difference between the two of us.


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