On Saturday morning, the Arab newspapers touched upon the success of Russian President Vladimir Putin by deluding Erdogan during the last session between the two parties, and the dismantling of France by 11 Brotherhood entities linked to Turkey.
Al-Arab: Putin succeeds in deluding Erdogan, searching for a moral victory at any cost
On the Syrian issue, Al-Arab newspaper said: "The agreement that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has returned did not carry any indications that the field situation in Idlib will return to before the attack of the Syrian and Russian forces, which made great progress at the expense of the militant groups supported by Ankara, at a time in it the Turkish president talks about keeping the checkpoints as it now.
Observers believe that Russian President Vladimir Putin succeeded in matching his Turkish counterpart seeking to show that the mere meeting and pictures of courtesy between the two presidents is a moral and political victory for him, after he sought for weeks to obtain this opportunity, to show that he is an equal and influential partner with Moscow in the Syrian file. And in the Sochi Agreement.
And the Russian president became more experienced with Erdogan, who is looking for flattery and media appearance. For this reason, Putin showed hospitality to his guest in front of the media, and in return succeeded in passing an agreement that preserves the gains of the Syrian forces on the ground.
Russian diplomatic sources said that the agreement will be phased until Erdogan's minds are calm, and that Russia is moving forward with its plan to restore Idlib and Aleppo, and to help Assad's forces extend their influence over all of Syrian territory.
Al-Sharq al-Awsat: Renewed armistice violations after the escalation of fighting south of Tripoli
As for the Libyan issue, Al-Sharq al-Awsat newspaper reported: "Amid information about mutual mobilizations in the Libyan capital, Tripoli, between the forces of the" National Army "led by Field Marshal Khalifa Hifter, and the forces loyal to Accord Government headed by Fayez al-Sarraj, the violations of the fragile truce concluded between the two parties were renewed yesterday. Violent battles the evening before yesterday, but soon subsided yesterday morning.
A high-ranking military official told al-Sharq al-Awsat in a brief statement: The "National Army" forces have achieved what he described as progress towards the capital, Tripoli, at the expense of the militias loyal to al-Saraj government.
The official, who asked not to be identified, said that "the army forces managed during the past two days to penetrate militia defenses in more than one axis of fighting in the capital, especially in its southern suburbs," but he declined to reveal more details.
Heavy clashes took place on the evening of yesterday, between the forces of the two parties, near the diplomatic club in the Ain Zara axis in southern Tripoli, while two leaders in the forces loyal to the al-Sarraj government spoke about the monitoring of mobilization by the National Army forces in the areas of Qasr Bin Ghashir, Tarhuna and Sorman, in addition to transporting Cannons from the al-Jafra base toward Tripoli.
And the operation, "The Volcano of Rage", launched by the forces loyal to the al-Sarraj government, said yesterday that the "National Army" forces targeted the homes and property of innocent citizens with locust rockets, while worshipers went out to Friday prayers in the Abu Salim municipality.
Al-Bayan: The dismantling of 11 "Brotherhood" entities linked to Turkey in France
Al-Bayan newspaper said during its report that "Turkey seeks to implement its subversive plans, not only in the region through its interventions, such as Syria and Libya, but also works to create loyalists in many countries of the world, in order to implement its suspicious goals, including France, as the Interior Ministry revealed The French, the day before yesterday, monitoring and freezing 11 commercial, educational and charitable entities in 4 French cities that are used as a cover for financing "political Islam" groups that receive funds from abroad "Turkey and other countries" to spend on groups and individuals involved in government interests and municipal councils.
Likewise, preachers who work without a permit or a license to practice a profession, language schools and places of worship that work mostly without permission, and take regular residence for them, as part of a broad campaign launched last January to monitor and control the work of political Islam currents led by remnants of the “Brotherhood” in France, and attracts a large segment of young people, mostly French people of Arab and Islamic origins.
Johan Sanyol, a former officer in the French Internal Intelligence Service, told Al-Bayan that the French security authorities had set up, at higher directions, a massive surveillance campaign for people, economic, educational and social entities at the republic level, and the campaign resulted in the monitoring of 11 entities, including 3 exchange offices, two schools, and two institutes to teach languages. "