​​​​​​​Erdogan renews threats to Syrian government and Libya

Today, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan renewed his threats to the Syrian government, promising a military escalation in northern Syria, while stressing that he is determined to intervene further in Libya.

"We will not be more patient about the continuation of attacks on safe areas contrary to the agreements," Erdogan said after a cabinet meeting on the situation in northern Syria.

In another context, Erdogan expressed his determination to continue supporting the Accord Government in Libya, adding: "We will get good news from Libya soon."

Despite the Turkish president's repeated threats about Idlib, Syrian government forces, backed by Russia, have taken control of large areas and important areas, most notably the M4, and observers say Turkey is bowing more to Russia in Idlib.



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