Saudi Arabia: We reject Turkish military intervention in north Syria

Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan made it clear that Saudi Arabia rejects Turkish military intervention in northern Syria


The Saudi foreign statements came during the second session of the fourth session of the second legislative session of the Arab Parliament, held in the Egyptian capital Cairo, where Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan said: "We reject Turkish military intervention in NE, Syria, and we call on Arab countries to take a serious position towards Turkish intervention in the region. "

He also accused the Speaker of the Libyan Parliament, Aqeela Saleh Erdogan, of reviving the legacy of Ottoman injustice in Libya, and assured that the Libyan army will continue its operations to liberate the capital, Tripoli.

Aqeela Saleh explained that the international community installed a presidential council in Tripoli, which granted Turkey the right to interfere in Libya, and also indicated that the term and validity of the Libyan presidential council has expired.

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ANHA

 


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