8 August 2020

Turkey`s statement: We told Russia, we want a ceasefire

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At present, the Libyan government does not benefit from a ceasefire. reports that the statement came from Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu in an interview with TRT Khabar.

He said the Libyan government was concerned.

"Because Haftar is not sincere. We think he is trying to buy time. He seems to be making plans for a repeat attack. Haftar and his supporters do not have a political map. Therefore, the Libyan government is right to demand a road map. The government says it is ready to sign a ceasefire if conditions allow. It is important that the cities of Sirte and Al-Jufra be handed over to the government. We have also conveyed this to the Russian side. As Turkey, we want a ceasefire."

2020.07.13 / 18:14
Tural Azimzadeh
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