In Istanbul, 100 Libyan businessmen with 30 billion dollars in their hands will worship Erdogan while in Greece we are dealing with the upcoming parliamentary elections
Turks and Libyans are preparing agreements for hydrocarbons and reconstruction of the country in the area of the Turko-Libyan memorandum.
According to our article, the Minister of Petroleum of the Government of National Unity of Libya, Mohamed Aoun, stated that the agreement between Turkey and Libya regarding the area of maritime jurisdiction is already bringing profits to the country, which are not the only ones, however.
As it became known, we will have a forum called the Urban Expo Forum, which will take place on October 3-4, 2022 in Istanbul with the aim of not only the construction sector but also other sectors between Libya and Turkey, the Libyan press happily reports.
The two-day event, which is expected to welcome more than 100 Libyan businessmen, aims to create an environment for the two countries to sign agreements on new infrastructure and reconstruction projects.
The head of ADD International Group, which organizes the event with ICF exhibitions in Turkey, Ghaleb Al-Geblawi, said that the implementation of cooperation between the two countries, the continuation of business agreements without interruption, is also extremely important for the recovery of prestige of Libya.
Al-Geblawi said more than 100 Libyan businessmen, who manage more than $30 billion in capital, will come to Istanbul to participate in the two-day event.
“We want to provide very important opportunities for the transfer of technical knowledge from the Turkish housing sector, to achieve cooperation with Turkey, to continue uninterrupted business deals and to enable Libya to have a policy of sustainable development,” he added.
We remind you that since the time of the dictator M. Gaddafi, dozens of Greek construction and other companies have been threshing Libya, while the Turks seek to take everything for themselves.
Greece is watching these developments as a spectator without doing the slightest thing, while the Turks are politically and militarily “annexing” the country rich in hydrocarbons and preparing a mining plan within the Greek EEZ, with the Libyans.
At the same time Basaga (supposedly the moderate non-supporter of Turkey) also visited Turkey to unblock the political crisis in Libya.
The Libyan politician sought Erdogan’s support in his political fight against Dbebe for the country’s leadership, making the Turkish president a real Sultan in Libya for those who do not understand such a move.
Fathi Basaga, a prime minister appointed by the Tobruk House of Representatives without an appointment yet, made a surprise visit to Turkey on Wednesday.
The Libyan politician went to Turkey after receiving an official invitation from the Turks. His aim was to gain support from Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in his political battle with Abdul Hamid Dbeibé, Prime Minister of Libya’s UN-recognised Government of National Unity.
The GNU is the interim government that emerged from the UN-led peace process after a ceasefire was signed in late 2020.
This agreement halted hostilities between forces loyal to the Tripolitania-based Government of National Accord of Fayez al-Sarraj and the House of Representatives-affiliated Major General Khalifa Haftar (Libyan National Army), under the presidency of Aguila Saleh, both based in Kyrenia.
All of them are struggling to fill the vacuum created by the fall of Muammar al-Gaddafi’s government in 2011, in the context of the so-called Arab Spring, which was triggered by an international intervention approved by the UN Security Council.
Qatar and Turkey reportedly supported Al-Sarraj, who had links to the Muslim Brotherhood, while the United Arab Emirates, France, Egypt and Russia backed Haftar and Saleh.
The peace process was aimed at forming a democratic unity government, breaking the standoff between eastern and western countries and ending an 11-year conflict.
The essence of all this is that if Turkey completely controls Libya, then it will also threaten Egypt, while Turkish warships and bases in the Libyan hinterland will give them tremendous geopolitical privileges.