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Berlin conference comes following failed negotiations in Moscow
Haftar left Moscow without signing ceasefire agreement: news agency
Gheit and Maas also touched upon the preparations for Berlin conference to be held later in January for reaching a comprehensive political settlement in Libya.
The meeting comes amid Turkish-Russian mediation for reaching reconciliation
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Top diplomats from Britain, Italy, Germany, France as well as the European Union said in a joint statement after the meeting that “there is no military solution to the Libyan crisis… An immediate cessation of hostilities is therefore crucial.”
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The FMs will address efforts to reach a comprehensive settlement to end the Libyan crisis as well as issues of the Eastern Mediterranean region.
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The Turkish president noted that his country’s goal in the Mediterranean “is not to seize the right of anyone, but rather to prevent others from seizing our right.”
Erdogan arrived in Tunisia on an unannounced visit on Wednesday to meet his Tunisian counterpart Kais Saied, in which both presidents will discuss bilateral relations and the situation in Libya.
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‘Turkey’s most likely objective is to help GNA-allied militias battle LNA to a stalemate, then seek a bargain with Russia as done in Syria,’ says fellow
“Sending Turkish troops to Libya will be a major escalation and would fuel the conflict between the GNA and Haftar,” says professor
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The debate arose after Al-Sisi stated that Libya’s UN-supported government is held hostage by “armed and terrorist militias”
The closed-door meeting, which was not on Erdogan’s official agenda, came days after he announced that Turkey is ready to send troops to Libya if asked, escalating the already tense situation in the Mediterranean region.
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“We may conclude agreements with Lebanon, Greece, or Egypt if our interests are matched,” says Turkish foreign minister
President Al-Sisi said that for Africa to enjoy peace and prosperity, the solution is to find radical answers to security challenges. He added that in order to achieve peace, states have to exercise sovereignty over its territories and to improve the abilities of its national institutions.
“The will of the brotherly Libyan people must be realised and acted on to meet their aspirations for the return of stability to the country,” says Al-Sisi