Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah El Sisi shook hands with Turkish counterpart Erdoğan in Doha, as both leaders emphasized the depth of historical ties that bind the two countries and agreed to develop bilateral relations, spokesperson Bassam Rady said, Monday.
The Libyan National Army destroyed 3 Turkish-tanks in the early hours of Monday morning, as it was trying to advance in west of Sirte, however Libya’s Air Forces destroyed them during raids.
“Erdoğan’s behavior, his consistent engagement in futile quarrels, and constant fabrications all reflect a desire to deflect attention from his domestic transgressions and to serve electoral purposes,” Egypt said.
In an uncertain world, changing at a rapid rate, a strong leadership provides an image of stability and power, appealing to many who are growing fearful.
Turkey’s foreign policy under Erdoğan has led Ankara astray from its western allies and has done little to build bridges with its easterly neighbors
Turkish Pres. Erdoğan raised his salary this month to 39,071 Turkish lira (nearly $11,000), at a time when Turkey is suffering a state of economic recession.