Erdogan’s interventions in the region will not have a good end...

Erdogan’s interventions in the region will not have a good end...
Erdogan’s interventions in the region will not have a good end...

The Secretary-General of the League of Arab States, Ahmed Aboul Gheit, said on Saturday that … Turkey It entered into a group of sharp disagreements with regional and superpower parties to a degree that it will not end with its leadership.

And Aboul Gheit added in televised statements that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is intervening militarily against Egypt, Syria, Iraq and Libya.

Aboul Gheit added, “Erdogan also interferes in the Caucasus between Azerbaijan and Armenia, and he collides with Greece and Cyprus, and attacks the eastern Mediterranean in the gas areas, which made a very large and influential country like France forced to send fighters for maneuvers with small Cyprus and send an aircraft carrier weighing 85 One thousand tons with 100 planes for the Eastern Mediterranean.

He continued, “Even Italy, which understood many of the positions of the Turkish president, went to France, as everyone says to Erdogan, now we will punish you.”

And the Secretary-General of the League of Arab States added, “I often ask myself, if I were an assistant to the Turkish president, didn’t it take him to be clear about that?”

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