Erdogan threatens world with his mercenaries

In new statements raising controversy for Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, he again warned the world of chaos in the Middle East if calm is materialized in Libya in an indication to the Turkish government's plans in the Middle East.

Erdogan's remarks came in his speech on Friday at the new campus of the German University in Istanbul in the presence of the German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

Erdogan said: “In case calmness is not achieved in Libya soon, chaos will spread throughout the entire Mediterranean basin.”

In a reference by Erdogan to the introduction of mercenaries whom he previously supported in Syria to Libya, the Turkish president warned in order to reach a quick solution, saying: “The mercenaries and terrorist organizations such as al-Qaeda and ISIS may appear in Libya if a quick solution is not reached.”

Erdogan stressed that the peace plan is an important step towards re-establishing political stability in Libya, and its success is linked to the implementation of decisions.

Erdogan affirmed his support for the Accord Government against Haftar until reaching political solutions between the two parties.


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