Erdogan announced the beginning of the deployment of Turkish troops in Libya

Erdogan announced the beginning of the deployment of Turkish troops in Libya

Turkey began the transfer and deployment of units of the Turkish army in Libya. This was announced by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Turkish media write.


Turkey sends troops to Libya to maintain the stability of the legitimate Libyan government. Realizing that the security of Turkey begins beyond its borders, we will continue to mobilize all our political, commercial, humanitarian, diplomatic and military capabilities to ensure stability in the south

- said Erdogan.

In addition, the Turkish leader recalled that Ankara and Tripoli in 2019 signed an agreement on the delimitation of sea zones.

From now on, it will no longer be legal to seek oil or build a pipeline between the Libyan and Turkish shores without obtaining permission from Libya and Turkey

- he stressed.

Earlier it was reported that in early January of this year, Turkey sent 35 military advisers to Libya to coordinate the work and organize the training of units controlled by the Government of National Accord (PNS).

The PNS requested military support from Ankara amid an offensive on the Tripoli by the Libyan National Army, led by Marshal Khalifa Haftar.

Meanwhile, German Foreign Minister Haiko Maas, who is in Benghazi, said that despite the signing of a ceasefire and ceasefire agreement in Moscow, the LNA commander Khalifa Haftar assured that he was ready for a ceasefire in the country and was going to participate in the conference on Libya, which will be held on Sunday in Berlin. Maas held three-hour talks with Haftar.

Germany plans to hold an international conference on the settlement of the situation in Libya on January 19 in Berlin. In addition to representatives of the warring Libyan parties, representatives are expected to participate, including at the level of heads of state, Russia, Algeria, Great Britain, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, China, the United States, Turkey, and France.
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  1. thanks 16 January 2020 19: 02 New
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    Friendship is friendship, but the tobacco is apart!
    1. Pux-m 16 January 2020 19: 08 New
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      Come on, Erdogan go for it .. It's time in Libya to restore order and expel all this trash of thieves west there. Such a country was!
      Ours there, too, unofficially, we will interact .. hi
      Now the howl in the "world community" will rise. But we are all used to it .. Russia is still fighting off Syria and Iran from Israel .. They have become completely impudent.
      1. figwam 16 January 2020 19: 14 New
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        Quote: Pux-M
        Come on, Erdoогan dare

        Erdogan in this case is against us.
        1. Pux-m 16 January 2020 19: 36 New
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          Quote: figvam
          Quote: Pux-M
          Come on, Erdoогan dare

          Erdogan in this case is against us.

          Turkey is always against us for history .. But in this case, if the United States is hysterical, then this is buzzing! The forces will be drawn from Syria and Iran, and then there almost the world war begins ..
          Erdogan is still our ally, as if Jews and our inner neoliberals would pit us and him ..
          Now something has ceased to poison with China, but with Belarus often .. laughing
          Geopolitics son and nothing personal .. Russia now any allies are needed, if only to collapse and civil war to avoid .. Well, think about it!
          1. kjhg 16 January 2020 20: 16 New
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            People mixed up in a bunch, horses ...
          2. To be or not to be 16 January 2020 20: 55 New
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            In August 1921, the Greeks came close to Ankara. The fate of Turkey hung in the balance. Soviet help played a decisive role.
            1. Karen 16 January 2020 20: 58 New
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              Quote: To be or not to be
              The fate of Turkey hung in the balance Soviet aid played a decisive role.

              The help of France was decisive ... To cut off the Turks from the Bolsheviks.
            2. Overlock 16 January 2020 22: 40 New
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              Quote: To be or not to be
              Soviet help played a decisive role.

              What for?
        2. Oquzyurd 16 January 2020 20: 03 New
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          Russia and Turkey in Libya for one. You have not the right analysis.
          1. kjhg 16 January 2020 20: 17 New
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            Wagnerites are fighting for Haftar. Turkey sent troops to help Sarraj. I can not imagine how they can be for one?
            1. Oquzyurd 16 January 2020 20: 27 New
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              It’s just that he would repel the Havtor at the hands of France, basically. (OAU, Egypt, S. Arabia does not count) In this case, Italy, which has strong graters with the French. It is not by chance that the head of Italy came to Erdogan during the negotiations between Havtor and Saraj in Moscow. Analysts are firmly convinced that in Libya (soon in Berlin a meeting) the Russian Federation, Turkey, Italy and Germany act in one block, and the opponents of the French, the United Arab Emirates, Egypt (and even partially) and S. Arabia. The USA does not care who will win, since and Hawtor and Saraj gave them assurances that their companies would be in the fattest places of the deposits.
              1. Shurik70 16 January 2020 20: 55 New
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                Quote: kjhg
                Wagnerites are fighting for Haftar. Turkey sent troops to help Sarraj. I can not imagine how they can be for one?

                Russia made it clear: we do not support either side against the other. We are for a peaceful settlement. We can provide defensive air defense to both parties to stop air strikes and missile attacks.
                Erdogan, of course, is not our ally. But in this case, and not the enemy.
              2. maidan.izrailovich 17 January 2020 05: 41 New
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                Just to repel the Havtor at the hands of France ....

                Yes, you can put an end to Haftar.
                The old man did not have the mind to solve everything peacefully. Russia persuaded Turkey to give him such a chance. He did not use it.
                His days are numbered.
            2. Altai72 17 January 2020 09: 03 New
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              What about Wagnerites, an official of the Government?
          2. Pux-m 16 January 2020 20: 24 New
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            Quote: Oquzyurd
            Russia and Turkey in Libya for one. You have not the right analysis.

            Turkey and I have never been in history for one thing .. But it is better to send them in the right direction, which was done ..
            We would defend Syria and not get involved in the war ..
            1. Tusv 16 January 2020 20: 51 New
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              Turkey and I have never been in history.

              It was once when the entire Turkish fleet obeyed Fedor Fedorovich Ushakov
            2. mammadov teymur 17 January 2020 09: 15 New
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              that's just the French in these same places you (Russians and Turks) for a couple had to fuck.
          3. Nyrobsky 16 January 2020 22: 44 New
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            Quote: Oquzyurd
            Russia and Turkey in Libya for one. You have not the right analysis.
            Well, it’s not at all for one thing, but at least not against each other, that's for sure, since our interests can be realized both with the victory of Haftar and with the victory of Turkey. Ankara, unlike us, has only one hope for Saraji in terms of fulfilling her interests. After negotiations with the GDP with Edik, and in anticipation of the outcome of the negotiations on 19.01.20 in Berlin, our non-official armed groups, or Wagnerites, took a break and did not fight. Edik is increasing his presence in order to consolidate the conflict within the borders of the current ones, so that if a peace agreement between the LNA and the PNS is reached, the withdrawal of Turkish troops should be made a bargain with the consolidation of Turkish interest in the agreement by sea. We will wait until the negotiations in Berlin end, it is painfully respectable the company is going to this intelligence hi
            participation of representatives is expected, including at the level of heads of state, Russia, Algeria, Great Britain, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, China, the USA, Turkey, France.
          4. maidan.izrailovich 17 January 2020 05: 48 New
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            Russia and Turkey in Libya for one. You have not the right analysis.

            Who are you explaining to? They know the word "analysis" only in its medical interpretation. lol
            All these talkers do not even know that on the eve of Erdogan talking to Trump over the phone. And they discussed Libya. The United States was initially on the side of the PNS.
            As for Russia, officially no one anywhere has voiced that we are on any side.
            Someone here once blurted out that Russia allegedly supports Haftar. And many picked up like crows. And still they believe in this sacredly.
        3. kapitan92 16 January 2020 22: 24 New
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          Quote: figvam
          Erdogan in this case is against us.

          hi Erdogan in this case for himself. laughing
        4. maidan.izrailovich 17 January 2020 05: 36 New
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          figvam (Sergey)
          Erdogan in this case is against us.

          But where did you get this nonsense?
          Russia in Libya has no obligations. To no one.
          There were contacts with Haftar. But they are unofficial. No one promised him anything.
          Once again, Russian in white: In Libya, Russia has no ours and not ours.
        5. Abbot 17 January 2020 05: 46 New
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          Quote: figvam
          Erdogan in this case is against us.

          It would be necessary to decipher our interests in Libya. In that regard, we are in Libya and not for Hawtar, and not for the PNS. Moreover, Moscow is not trying to restrain Turkey, but Hawtara. So why do you think Turkey’s actions are directed against us? See what Erdogan said: "From now on, it will no longer be legal to seek oil or build a pipeline between the Libyan and Turkish shores without obtaining permission from Libya and Turkey." He speaks in plain text. And who is going to build a pipeline to Europe past Turkey? Only one option is the East Mediterranean gas project (EastMed). See which countries are participating in the project. Now, EastMed will be built not only past Turkey, but also bypassing Russia. If you look from this angle, it turns out Turkey is not against us.
        6. L-39NG 17 January 2020 11: 46 New
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          Against you? "Who are you"? Gazprom or Vova from Gazprom? From the pipe?
      2. Deniska999 16 January 2020 19: 17 New
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        Quickly you change your shoes
    2. tatarin_ru 16 January 2020 21: 16 New
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      Friendship is friendship, but the tobacco is apart!

      Imperial ambitions are growing by leaps and bounds ...
      , I remember how quiet he was after the assassination of the stripes.
  2. Terenin 16 January 2020 19: 05 New
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    Erdogan: Turkey sends troops to Libya to maintain the stability of the legitimate Libyan government.

    I didn’t know what he called it - taking control of the flow of refugees to Europe through Libya belay . And, here they are, the two main flows of refugees to Europe through Turkey and Libya in the hands of Erdogan. Hey Europe, you will now breathe tolerantly and through ... times crying
    1. Sandor Clegane 16 January 2020 19: 09 New
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      Quote: Terenin
      I didn’t know what he called it - taking control of the flow of refugees to Europe through Libya

      How long is the control? war will soon begin there, I think he will not be happy
    2. Mavrikiy 16 January 2020 19: 11 New
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      It is more interesting here.
      Realizing that the security of Turkey begins beyond its borders, we will continue to mobilize all our political, commercial, humanitarian, diplomatic and military capabilities to ensure stability in the south
      Everyone rushed to ensure their safety beyond their borders. USA, Israel, NATO, Russia, Iran, Turkey ..... Who is next?
      1. evgen1221 16 January 2020 19: 16 New
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        China, Japan on the way.
      2. Terenin 16 January 2020 20: 04 New
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        Quote: Mavrikiy
        It is more interesting here.
        Realizing that the security of Turkey begins beyond its borders, we will continue to mobilize all our political, commercial, humanitarian, diplomatic and military capabilities to ensure stability in the south
        Everyone rushed to ensure their safety beyond their borders. USA, Israel, NATO, Russia, Iran, Turkey ..... Who is next?

        This is at least understandable and logical, than then state-territorial "voids" are occupied by gangs such as ISIS.
        On the other hand, no country can be considered a superpower (and this is also an investment) if it does not control territories outside its state.
    3. Pux-m 16 January 2020 19: 43 New
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      Quote: Terenin
      Hey Europe, you will now breathe tolerantly and through ... times

      Erdogan will avenge Europe for contempt for his country ..
      Let him go to Libya !!!!
    4. Freeman 16 January 2020 20: 35 New
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      Quote: Terenin
      Erdogan: Turkey sends troops to Libya to maintain the stability of the legitimate Libyan government.

      I didn’t know what he called it - taking control of the flow of refugees to Europe through Libya belay . And, here they are, the two main flows of refugees to Europe through Turkey and Libya in the hands of Erdogan. Hey Europe, you will now breathe tolerantly and through ... times crying


      In my opinion, control over the flow of refugees, in this case, is a secondary task (if at all).
      By agreement with Tripoli, Erdogan partitioned the Mediterranean Sea “across”
      What cut off the planned offshore gas pipeline from Israeli fields from Europe.
      The Israelis and Egypt, either have to take Turkey "in share", or "solve the issue" somehow differently.
      IMHO.
      1. borberd 16 January 2020 23: 16 New
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        Not a single international arbitration recognizes this “partition”. They will condemn the Turks and the entire short-lived. Moreover, Europe itself wants to diversify gas supplies. Israel has already said that the Turks are unreliable partners. Erdoganchik, of course, became enraged, but they did not pay attention to him.
  3. Mavrikiy 16 January 2020 19: 16 New
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    From now on, it will no longer be legal to seek oil or build a pipeline between the Libyan and Turkish shores without obtaining permission from Libya and Turkey
    The water area was divided into two? Does he know geography, have he seen maps? What to take from the sultan? Come with a sword chopped, this is for you, and this is again for you. (Wedding in Robin)
    1. donavi49 16 January 2020 20: 07 New
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      Yes, he shared and showed it to the whole country, in their version of the communication of the federal media with the president.
    2. Oquzyurd 16 January 2020 20: 08 New
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      https://www.stratejikortak.com/2019/11/turkiye-ile-libyanin-imzaladigi-mutabakat-muhtirasi-ne-anlama-geliyor.html
      No, not for two. The article has a map, everything is clearly shown.
    3. kjhg 16 January 2020 20: 21 New
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      Quote: Mavrikiy
      The water area was divided into two? Does he know geography, have he seen maps?

      He knows everything. He thus claims the rights of Turkey in the territory of the former Ottoman Empire. This is just the territory of the eastern Mediterranean and northern Africa.
      Of course, he can declare everything, only Turkey is no longer the Ottoman Empire and it’s already the 21st century, and not the 18th, in the yard. The Russian Federation, the United States and other major players have their interests in these territories. Therefore, he is tormented by swallowing dust.
    4. Freeman 16 January 2020 20: 22 New
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      Quote: Mavrikiy
      From now on, it will no longer be legal to seek oil or build a pipeline between the Libyan and Turkish shores without obtaining permission from Libya and Turkey
      The water area was divided into two? Does he know geography, have he seen maps? What to take from the Sultan?


      The Sultan has his own "Globe of Turkey." As he wants, he cuts it.
      - So far, they didn’t. laughing
      1. Oquzyurd 16 January 2020 20: 58 New
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        It is interesting that with such a division of the sea, everything, Libya, Egypt, Israel, Turkey wins, except Greece and Greek Cyprus.
        1. rich 16 January 2020 22: 31 New
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          everybody wins

          Chubais about vouchers said the same thing yes
          1. Oquzyurd 16 January 2020 23: 22 New
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            It was a long time ago, it was easy to deceive a person with a mentality from the USSR. Now such numbers will not work, anywhere. The Internet has opened all eyes.
            1. bessmertniy 17 January 2020 03: 15 New
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              All this will have to be redone ten more times until everyone is happy. Hitler also drew his Reich cards, but in the end it turned out quite different.
  4. Radikal 16 January 2020 19: 17 New
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    Quote: figvam
    Quote: Pux-M
    Come on, Erdoогan dare

    Erdogan in this case is against us.

    He is in all cases against us .... hi
  5. Strashila 16 January 2020 19: 20 New
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    Using Russian experience in Syria, "Turkey sends troops to Libya to maintain the stability of the legitimate Libyan government."
    1. Nick Russ 16 January 2020 20: 07 New
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      For power to be legitimate, Gaddafi had to be supported. The United States killed him and ruined the country. And now, in fact, there is no legitimate authority in Libya. There are different groups that someone somewhere recognizes and does not recognize. That's all.
      1. protoss 16 January 2020 21: 00 New
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        and Gaddafi somehow acquired legitimacy? came to power in a coup.
        1. Nick Russ 16 January 2020 22: 50 New
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          He came to power through a bloodless political coup. Just removing the monarch from power.
          In Libya, any group will be able to stand at the helm without shedding blood?
          1. protoss 17 January 2020 12: 06 New
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            He came to power through a bloodless political coup. Just removing the monarch from power.

            Is it in their constitution that it was so possible and so legitimate? I doubt it.
            so one usurper was killed, now others are marking his throne. everything is as usual.
            1. Nick Russ 17 January 2020 14: 53 New
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              The difference is in tons of spilled human blood and chaos in the country.
  6. 7,62h54 16 January 2020 19: 28 New
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    Erdo will turn around, and Haftar will turn around.
  7. knn54 16 January 2020 19: 37 New
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    The Turks were ABLE at taking advantage of Haftar’s ambitions, which had already agreed to a truce. The Sultan’s "gun mea" is not enough for more than one conflict.
    1. Oquzyurd 16 January 2020 19: 59 New
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      For information, Libya is the last country that the Ottoman Empire left in 1912. But the Turks remained there, now there are about one million. Mostly they live in the city of Misrata and nearby. This is one sixth of the 6 million real population of the country, since more 1 million people escaped from the country after 2011. Before the war, 7.2 million people lived in Libya. It is no accident that the Turks take care of Misrata.
      1. kjhg 16 January 2020 20: 30 New
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        Quote: Oquzyurd
        But there were Turks, now there are about one million

        Jeyhun, I confess, I did not know before that the Turks remained there. So, Erdogan also has real support on the spot. But who will have more trump cards - we will see this soon.
        1. Oquzyurd 16 January 2020 20: 42 New
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          Yes, there are Turks, and this is a large tribe mainly (Ashyret) and the name of this tribe is “Koroglu” .... translated as “son of the blind.” There is a book of the epic “Koroglu” and a film based on this in Turkey has long been shot. Interesting, that the film "Koroglu" was shot during the USSR and Azerbaijan.
        2. Oquzyurd 16 January 2020 20: 46 New
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          I add that Saraj is also a Turk. His family is from the Turkish city of Manisa. His grandfather was an Ottoman officer who served in Libya and remained there. The Turks ruled in Libya for 370 years.
          1. kjhg 16 January 2020 21: 04 New
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            Turks ruled in Libya for 370 years.

            Whoever didn’t rule there! And the Persians, and the Romans, and Arab Muslims during the Caliphate. All countries of the Eastern Mediterranean have a complex history, which to this day does not allow these countries to live peacefully and coexist.
            I would wish them peace. This is a very great value.
            1. Oquzyurd 16 January 2020 21: 21 New
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              Yes, everyone needs peace, wherever it is. The planet has long been tired of warriors and deaths.
    2. Keyser soze 16 January 2020 21: 45 New
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      The Sultan’s gun cannon is enough for more than one conflict.


      Economics is not enough. If in Washington they decide that the Sultan has played in the empire and slam him a quick shop.
      1. no one 16 January 2020 22: 29 New
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        Qatar finances the whole company
  8. Zaurbek 16 January 2020 20: 17 New
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    What a gamble .... Turkey will not pull such expeditions.
    1. maidan.izrailovich 17 January 2020 05: 58 New
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      Zaurbek (Zaur)
      What a gamble .... Turkey will not pull such expeditions.

      You have the right to your opinion.
      Only it does not coincide with Erdogan.
      Turkey is seriously preparing and intends to gain a foothold in North Africa.
      The shipyard is currently leading the construction of the UDC with a certain lead ahead of the schedule and does not exclude the transfer of its Navy to Turkey as early as 2020 instead of the planned 2021. It is not ruled out that after the construction of the first UDC, the Turkish fleet will order the second such ship.

      https://topwar.ru/157614-v-turcii-spustili-na-vodu-pervyj-universalnyj-desantnyj-korabl.html
  9. Aliken 16 January 2020 21: 03 New
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    They forgot to call Ukraine, wait for the note of protest, the Security Council will collect.
    1. Terenin 16 January 2020 22: 20 New
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      Quote: Aliken
      They forgot to call Ukraine, wait for the note of protest, the Security Council will collect.

      I believe that the current authorities of Ukraine, for complacency, will limit themselves to introducing objectionable into their squalid "peacekeeper"
  10. Guru 16 January 2020 22: 06 New
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    From now on, it will no longer be legal to seek oil or build a pipeline between the Libyan and Turkish shores without obtaining permission from Libya and Turkey
    Does this mean that Turkey will control the gas pipeline from Israel?
  11. Chingachguk 16 January 2020 23: 04 New
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    Well, how it will unfold, it will wrap it up if it succeeds ... did the Turk feel immortal? Oh well. And the egg will be torn off, and the needle will be broken .....
    1. Oquzyurd 16 January 2020 23: 13 New
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      Do you know that Chingachuks (Indians) come from the same root as the Turks?
      1. yfast 17 January 2020 01: 15 New
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        Did Erdogan rule for a long time?
        1. Guru 17 January 2020 02: 54 New
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          Turkey is a parliamentary republic, so it will rule until it dies :)
  12. iouris 16 January 2020 23: 36 New
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    ... we consulted there, and I decided. This is how the "international treaties" are executed.
  13. Finn 17 January 2020 02: 33 New
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    Who cares? In our country, bear cubs are changing. Your problems are not enough?
  14. Altai72 17 January 2020 09: 16 New
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    Quote: borberd
    Not a single international arbitration recognizes this “partition”. They will condemn the Turks and the entire short-lived. Moreover, Europe itself wants to diversify gas supplies. Israel has already said that the Turks are unreliable partners. Erdoganchik, of course, became enraged, but they did not pay attention to him.

    Where did Israel say Turks are unreliable partners? Since the early 2000s, Israel has been offering Turkey a gas pipeline. They trust the Turks, but do not trust the Arabs from the word "in general."
    Israeli officials turned to the Turkish authorities with a proposal to build a gas pipeline. According to the project of the Israelis, gas will be exported to Turkey, and then through its territory through the gas pipeline further to Europe. This proposal came immediately after the sensational apologies of the Israeli Prime Minister to the Turkish side. He apologized for the mistakes of the Israeli special forces made during the assault on the ship from the so-called Freedom Flotilla. Then recall that eight citizens of Turkey died.
    However, as reported by the Israeli press, the parties ’contacts on the gas pipeline began much earlier. The two billionth project began to be discussed long before the apology and normalization of relations. According to a former Israeli diplomat who worked in Turkey, Alon Liel, the energy issue played a significant role in the decision on reconciliation. In addition, now, after the collapse of the Cyprus economy, it has become obvious that the construction of this gas pipeline through its territory will be extremely risky and difficult to implement. In these conditions, the option with Turkey seems the most attractive.
    https://rg.ru/2013/04/09/gaz-site.html
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      1. Altai72 17 January 2020 22: 34 New
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        Jews lived in Georgia and Azerbaijan for centuries and there were no misunderstandings with the locals along the way. Israel has a huge Azerbaijani diaspora and 80% of Azerbaijani oil products. At the expense of Ukraine, the name Zelensky speaks for itself.
        Regarding our presenting: What is stopping? And to be honest, I do not believe that someone will present something. The train left ... We are giving them lollipops and carrots .. Although about Soushki and the ambassador, the anthology was written by that Gulen, whose extradition is sought by Erdogan and who went to the bottom in Pennsylvania. Do not rush to conclusions, soon everything itself will sit on the shelves.
  15. georggy 19 January 2020 04: 59 New
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    Gave a green light. Greyhound flooded.
    It will be hard to stop at red.