Erdogan’s advisor clarifies what is meant by the Turkish president’s message...

Erdogan’s advisor clarifies what is meant by the Turkish president’s message...
Erdogan’s advisor clarifies what is meant by the Turkish president’s message...
, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – Yassin Aktay, advisor to the Turkish President, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, touched on the message that the Turkish president sent to his Egyptian counterpart, Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi, through intelligence channels that “never stopped,” as he put it, pointing to the way that was done Dealing with it by Egyptian media professionals before politicians.

This came in an article published by Aktay on the Qatari Al-Jazeera website, in which he said: “The dispute with Egypt is among the outstanding issues that Turkey deals with, while the position of the Sisi regime, the spokesman for Egypt, regarding what is happening in the Mediterranean is not without its strange. In the agreements, each country seeks to serve the largest of its interests with the exception of Egypt, which participates by waiving a large part of its rights in favor of other parties

He continued, saying, “Given the reason behind Egypt dragging itself into this impasse, it is clear that standing against Turkey was tempting, and with regard to this point specifically, Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan sent a message to Egypt in which he made clear that known differences with Sisi are not necessary. Egypt should adopt such a position, which would harm the rights of Egyptians in the Mediterranean, indicating that they are not forced to do so, and this message has been received through intelligence communication channels that have never been interrupted .. The existence of some disagreements with Egypt does not mean the interruption of communication or The absence of understanding or the lack of common gains between the two countries in some areas, which applies to Turkey’s disputes with Russia, Iran and the United States of America, which does not mean that they do not have common interests, cooperation agreements and trade exchanges. ”

He added, “This message resonated, and there was much debate about it in the pro-Sisi media, and some politicians interpreted it as a sign that Turkey is finally back on the side of Egypt, and that it is trying to woo Egypt, to the point of preparing a list of demands to accept the Turkish offer. When asked about this issue, the Egyptian Foreign Minister, Sameh Shoukry, replied, ‘Nice words are not enough, we are looking at actions.’ By this he meant Turkey’s withdrawal from Syria, Iraq and Libya, and although these issues have no interest in Egypt, these are The demands actually reflect the demands of the countries that funded them, and this was an opportunity to present them. ”

Aktay went on to say: “Out of enthusiasm for this idea, representatives of the media began to present their conditions before the politicians, which stem from Turkey’s position on Egypt, similar to the demand to hand over political opponents, who fled to Turkey, to the Egyptian regime, and to close all channels they established. In Istanbul, some of them even went so far as to demand that President Erdogan apologize to Sisi.

Regarding the meaning of the message, Aktay said: “Contrary to what was interpreted, what was meant by Erdogan’s message was that Egypt thinks that by standing against Turkey, it can harm its interests; The Egyptian-Greek agreement clearly harms the interest of Egypt, and does not harm Turkey in any way, because it does not concern it with anything, and there is no need for such irrational behavior by the current Egyptian administration, because by this it harms its people, its history and its army greatly, and it is clear that it does not It is proceeding according to a political plan drawn up by it, but rather driven by external directives, not to mention that there is no benefit for Turkey to establish relations with the Sisi regime at the present time for several reasons, including the absence of an economic environment that encourages investment.

Aktay concluded in his article, saying: “Egypt today does not enjoy real independence that allows it to practice its own policy, which deprives it of free will, which gives it the right to choose to establish relations with Turkey that serve its interests. To them, by calling for the realization of agendas far from the Egyptian issue, and in this way they are trying to raise their status with the donor parties, and they announce, by order of the axis that finances them, to turn the pages of a stage that has not yet started.

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