Al-Feki: Turkey’s Interference in Libya Provokes Egypt
Dr. Mustafa Al-Feki, the Alexandria Library director, explained that the Turkish military interference in Libya is shameful.
Al-Feki explained, in exclusive statements to SEE, that when Turkey interfered in Syria, the reason was the direct border with Turkey, but Libya is another issue, as it is clear that it is a great deal of intrigue.
Its goal is to encircle Egypt. Fortunately, Egypt is steadfast, so attempts to lie and slander in the international media will not help in provoking Egypt.
Meanwhile, Al-Feki noted that President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi has patience; Egypt cannot be provoked with any foreign interference in Libyan affairs.
He also stressed that President El Sisi could intervene in Libya once the Egyptian national security is threatened, but he is a combat soldier, knows exactly when to intervene, but will not allow himself a political adventure.
Concerning the Libya conference that took place in Germany, Al-Feki indicated that they are policies to earn time and absorb efforts as Turkish President Erdogan, has an agenda supported by many sides, stressing that Turkish-Israeli relations are old and strong.