Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has accused Greece and Cyprus of misbehavior.
Erdoğan expressed hope that the ongoing negotiations to settle the war in Libya will reach an agreement acceptable, reasonable and viable for all parties while speaking to the parliamentary group of the Justice and Development Party (AKP).
In this context, he stressed that “we continue our meetings with the parties involved there. We believe that a fair agreement is possible if the ill-educated attitude of the Greek and Greek Cypriot administrations is abandoned.”
Referring to the recent Armenia-Azerbaijan ceasefire agreement in Artsakh, the Turkish president said he would work with Russia on a joint peacekeeping force to be set up in the region to monitor and monitor the implementation of the agreement.
“As Turkey, we are ready to do what is right for us to ensure peace, tranquility, security and prosperity in our region,” Erdoğan said.
He stressed that this is the way out of the “crisis in which the European Union found itself and can no longer hide.”
“In order to reduce the uncertainty that has arisen in our region since the US election, diplomacy and the channels of reconciliation must be open. Given this, we will continue to strengthen our presence in the field and effectively manage the channels of diplomacy,” he said.
“In this new era, we want to act together with the countries of the region that we consider our friends and the peoples our sisters and brothers. We have no hidden or blatant prejudices, hostilities, black plans against anyone,” Erdoğan claimed.
With all sincerity, we call on all to build a new era in the context of peace, security, justice, love and respect,” the Turkish president said as he sends Al-Qaeda terrorists to Artsakh and Libya.
“Today, If Turkey is able to show its strength with confidence and determination in every field, both in the operational and diplomatic fields, we owe it to the great transformation of the last 18 years, he added.
“We have implemented this transformation on the axis of democracy and development,” he finalized.