BEIRUT, LEBANON (3:20 P.M.) – Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan stressed during his visit to Tunisia, today, the need for a ceasefire in Libya “as soon as possible.”

Erdogan said, during a press conference with his Tunisian counterpart, Qais Saeed, that “negative developments in Libya are not confined to them, but rather extend to neighboring countries, led by Tunisia, and they are very disturbed by that”, stressing that Tunisia will have very valuable and constructive contributions to efforts to achieve stability in Libya.”

The Turkish President pointed out that he discussed with the Tunisian side the steps that he could take and the cooperation that can be taken to ensure a ceasefire in Libya and return to the political process.

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan arrived earlier in Tunisia on an unannounced visit to hold talks with Tunisian President Qais Saeed.

The state-owned Anadolu Agency reported that the President’s Adviser for Information and Communication Affairs announced that President Erdogan arrived in Tunisia to meet with his Tunisian counterpart.

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Mike Wallace
Mike Wallace
2019-12-26 12:22

With more than 4 countries now engaged in the Libyan conflict, the war is bound it expand beyond its borders.

Daeshbags-Sux
Daeshbags-Sux
2019-12-25 22:29

Tunisia is a Muslim Brotherhood roach-nest! Look at the % of Tunisians serving as canon fodder in shithadists ranks compared to other countries.
The ErDOG is looking for ceasefire so GNA “brothers” can reload and receive fresh canon fodder. Haftar shall not give in such deception! Almut Ikhwan!

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NecroIslamoLeftist
2019-12-26 12:20
Reply to  Daeshbags-Sux

And what about salafists and sudanese mercenaries in the rank of LNA ?

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/dec/24/mercenaries-flock-to-libya-raising-fears-of-prolonged-war

Daeshback sucks + Abou Falafel = hypocrites supporting the true shitIslamists country called Saudi Arabia.

Saudi Arabia ruled by islamic sharia laws, Coran and Salafists is the first supporter of Radical Islam in the world : AQAP, ISIS, ISLAH, Salafists etc…

Unfortunately for you and the fake syrian called Abou Falafel, the islamic dictatorship is losing its influence in the arab world, lost recently Algeria, Tunisia, Sudan and Yemen and soon Morocco will follow, Libya is their only hope to stay in the Game 🙂