Tuesday, February 23, 2021

Slippery ground in Libya


Dr. Naim Babüroğlu, the warm messages to Turkey that the Council Presidency’s first visit to Ankara to Cairo, noting the two made contact recommend façade and Egypt.

One person died and two were seriously injured in the alleged attack on the Interior Minister Başağa, who was expected to take part in the new government. The Security and Stability Support Unit denied the assassination claim, blaming the security team on Başağa’s convoy.

The news of the attack on UUH Interior Minister Fethi Başağa before the announcement of the government planned to lead Libya to the elections to be held at the end of the year, once again revealed the “slippery ground” in the country. The interim government, which will lead the country to the elections scheduled for December, within the scope of the United Nations (UN) mediated process in Libya, is expected to be announced this week. The new government will take office after it is approved by the Assembly, which will be formed by the combination of the Tripoli-based Supreme Council and the Tobruk-based House of Representatives. If the government does not approve the Assembly, the approval authority will pass to the 74-person forum that determines the Presidential Council. There is a warm political atmosphere in the country, with debates about which figures to take part in the government. also take place in the new government will be established of some ministers in the current government is important in terms of Turkey’s position in this country. In particular, the present government called names Defense Minister Salahuddin close to Turkey with Interior Minister Fathi Nemruş Virgo stands out in this sense. While Nemruş’s expectation to keep his seat in the new cabinet is high, negotiations are expected to continue until the last moment. An armed attack was carried out the previous day against Başağa, who moved in the city with a convoy in Tripoli. One of the attackers was caught dead, two alive. It is stated that the attack is aimed at pressure on the transitional government. For the Presidential Council, which will form a transitional government in Libya, the UN-supervised election by representatives from 74 different regions of Libya in Geneva on February 5, where Başağa is the prime minister and Akile Salih, the President of the Tobruk-based House of Representatives, is the candidate for the President of the Presidential Council. he could not win. The list of Tobruklu Mohammed al-Menfi, who won the vote of 39 of 74 representatives against the Başağa-Salih coalition, and Abdulhamid Dibeybe, who came from the Misrata region, won the election. Evaluating the process of establishing a new government in Libya to the Republic, Istanbul Aydın University Faculty Member Dr. Naim Babüroğlu new Presidential Council mission that arrived in warm messages to Turkey after the start, but the first visit by Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dibeybe Cairo with Egyptian President drew attention to Sisi’yl opinion.

‘COOPERATION WITH EGYPT’

Babüroğlu said, “This shows that the new administration is in search of a balance. The new government signaled that it will pay attention to cooperation with its neighbor Egypt. Turkey’s new interim administration, and relations will continue in the period as Sarraj Uuh at the prime minister should not be overly optimistic in an expectation that there will be a change. “There is a very slippery ground in Libya right now,” he said. UN pioneered in the talks the parties in Libya, all foreign forces, emphasizing compromise that allows the withdrawal majoring in the country, the UN and the US, among the foreign forces must leave the country next to the Emirates, Russia and the United Arab they say also to Turkey, he said. Babüroğlu, said: “Turkey is losing its weight in Libya means to pull its military presence there, the termination of the agreement to limit the seas between Libya and Turkey can lead to such conclusions. I think Turkey should do in Libya, Egypt and cooperation with Russia to maintain its presence there. Egypt and Russia are important actors on the slippery ground in Libya. Turkey can protect these slippery Egypt and Russia cooperate in increasing their interests and establishing relations with the eastern front in Libya, I think. Egypt supports the eastern front, but has announced that it will open an embassy in Tripoli, that is, it maintains relations with all parties in Libya. The USA and Russia are also meeting with all parties in Libya. Turkey also needs to interview two façade. Just ignore the other side of the country to establish relations Trablus’l does not bring benefits to Turkey. “



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