On Wednesday morning, the Arab newspapers touched upon Turkish ambitions in Syria, in addition to its plans in Libya, and the spread of the Corona virus.
Al-Arab: Erdogan to Putin: Deir-ez-Zor oil for us and for you
The Arab newspapers issued this morning dealt with the Syrian issue several issues, the most prominent of which were the Turkish ambitions in Syria. In this context, Al-Arab newspaper said: "Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that he asked his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, to participate in the management of oil fields in the province of Deir-ez-Zor in eastern Syria, instead of the Kurdish-led forces now controlling the fields.
Followers of the Turkish issue promised this statement that it is a confession that expresses the reality of the Turkish role in Syria as an occupation looking to place its hand on oil and gas fields, as it dispels previous claims by Erdogan that parties offered him to share oil in Syria, but he rejected on the pretext that our concern is "the human being, not oil".
Political observers have described the Turkish president, as well as showing his colonial tendency, that he has revealed unprecedented naivety, it is the invaders usually to keep silent about their real goals and cover them with humanitarian allegations and slogans, noting that Putin will not accept a partnership with a president telling the public what he thinks, as well On the different roles and influence that Russia has in the Syrian file, allowing it to achieve its goals without the need for Erdogan.
Al-Bayan: Erdogan is preparing to grant Turkish citizenship to the Libyan mercenaries
On the Libyan issue, Al-Bayan newspaper said: "Responsible sources revealed to Al-Bayan, the promises made by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to the Idlib extremists present in Tripoli to amend their status and grant them a Turkish passport.
While other sources indicated that the Turkish regime initiated the transfer of increasing numbers of terrorists loyal to him from northern Syria to Tripoli, while the German government said that Chancellor Angela Merkel had received the leader of the Libyan National Army, Field Marshal Khalifa Hifter, for talks on the situation in Libya.
A German government spokesman said: The chancellor confirmed that there is no military solution to this conflict and that a ceasefire and progress in the political process are necessary for this reason.
To that, military sources indicated to al-Bayan that Erdogan's next plan in Libya, after the security agreement, is to bring in the largest number of mercenaries, as he is keen to deploy 16,000 terrorists from Idlib in Tripoli in the coming days, and he has promised to grant them Turkish citizenship, to avoid any suspicion of terrorism in the future, although they are extremists, and pose a threat to most of the countries of the world.
Erdogan is keen to avoid problems with the West, stressing that the group fighting in Tripoli holds a Turkish passport, and is not affiliated with the factions.
According to identical Libyan and Syrian sources, the Turkish regime initiated the transfer of increasing numbers of terrorists loyal to it from northern Syria to Tripoli, after integrating them into the hired mercenary groups, who were brought to the Libyan West to support the militias of the Saraj government, in their attempt to counter the progress of the national army.
Al-Sharaq al-Awsat: China declares control of Corona
Regarding the spread of Corona virus, Al-Sharq al -Awsat newspaper said: "Chinese President Xi Jinping announced yesterday that Wuhan was able to" practically control "the new Corona virus (Covid-19) during his first visit to the city where the epidemic appeared, before to spread around the world, Xi's visit came at a time when the strict quarantine measures that isolated Wuhan and the rest of Hubei Province were effective.
While the crisis recedes inside China, and endemic cities are preparing to lift restrictions on movement, the virus continues to expand in dozens of countries, and Italy has become a new focus for the outbreak in Europe and abroad, and the problem of the virus has deepened in Italy with the number of confirmed infections exceeding the threshold of 10,000, and more registration Of the 600 deaths, European countries hailed the exceptional Italian measures that isolated the entire country, while the World Health Organization hailed Rome's "sacrifice."
For his part, French President Emmanuel Macron warned yesterday that France is still "at the beginning" of the outbreak of the Corona virus, which has killed at least 30 people in the country and infected more than 1700.
On the Arab level, Lebanon and Morocco recorded the first death from the virus, as Rabat announced yesterday the death of 89-year-old woman, while Beirut reported that the virus had killed a 56-year-old.