2018/14/11 – Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said yesterday that he regretted Turkey’s withdrawal from the Libya conference.
« I feel sorry that Turkey’s Vice President Fuat Oktay left the conference. I read his remarks and I didn’t see anything negative about Italy. We must admit that there may be special sensitivities in such decisions, » Conte told reporters after the event in a news conference. Continuer à lire … « Libya – Italian PM regrets Turkey’s withdrawal from Libya conference »
2018/05/11 – Turkey’s defense minister on Monday held meetings with Libyan officials in the capital Tripoli.
According to a Defense Ministry statement, Hulusi Akar met at the Prime Ministry with officials including Fayez al-Sarraj, the head of Libya’s Presidential Council, and chaired meetings between the delegations. Continuer à lire … « Libya and Turkey to activate military cooperation »
2018/08/10 – A trial related to a ship suspected of being used to smuggle illegal explosives from Turkey to radical Islamist groups in Libya is set to begin in the Greek port city of Piraeus on Tuesday, Greek newspaper Kathimerini reported.
The Andromeda, a cargo ship registered in Tanzania, was impounded by the Greek Coastguard in January after it was discovered to be carrying hundreds of tons of explosives in 29 containers – a “moving time bomb,” as the Greek officers who discovered it said. Continuer à lire … « Trial over Turkey-Libya explosives shipments set to begin in Greece »
2018/04/10 – The parliament on Tuesday approved a motion to extend the deployment of Turkish troops in Mali and the Central African Republic (CAR) for another year as the UN-approved EU peacekeeping mission. Continuer à lire … « Mali – Turkey extends troops deployment in Mali, CAR »
2018/09/09 – Turkey aims to increase the number of it embassies from 41 to 54 across the “important” Africa continent, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said on Sept. 6 at a joint press conference with Benin President Patrice Talon in Ankara. Continuer à lire … « Turkey aims to open more embassies in Africa, says Erdoğan #Benin #FETÖ »
2018/08/21 – As the diplomatic tug-of-war between the United States and Turkey escalates, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is lining up new friends. In early August, Erdogan’s 100-day action plan identified new markets in China, Mexico, India and Russia. It did not mention Africa, despite the “African continent opening” Erdogan sought in the early 2000s. Continuer à lire … « Why Erdogan’s so quiet about Turkish expansion in Africa »
2018/07/17 – Member of the Presidential Council Mohamed Amari Zayed discussed in a meeting Sunday with the Turkish Ambassador to Libya Ahmet Dogan the files of the wounded Libyan citizens in Turkey and ways to overcome the obstacles facing them, in addition to the return of Turkish Airlines and Turkish companies to Libya. Continuer à lire … « Libya, Turkey review cooperation »