Erdogan: We hope that the Moscow talks will yield positive results

UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS)

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has expressed his hopes that the Moscow talks on Libya will yield positive results, stressing that they will pave the ground for the Berlin track.

This came at a press conference, on Monday, with Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte in the capital, Ankara.

Erdogan said: “I hope that the Moscow talks will yield positive results and contribute to peace in Libya.”

He added: “The talks in Moscow on Libya will pave the ground for the Berlin track.”

The Turkish President stressed that they are making great efforts to make the ceasefire in Libya permanently.

He pointed out that his country has supported and will continue to support the initiatives of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Ghassan Salama, and the Berlin Process related to Libya.

Erdogan stated that the talks in Moscow were continuing and that he had received information about their taking a positive trend.

He noted his participation in the Berlin conference to be held on January 19, with the participation of Russian President Vladimir Putin, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Italian Prime Minister Conte.

On the situation in Syria, Erdogan said that he briefed Conte on the efforts made to achieve the calm in Idlib, work to combat terrorism and move forward in the political process in Syria.

He pointed out that during his meeting with Conte, he affirmed his aspiration to obtain Italy’s support in the efforts to maintain calm in the de-escalation region in northwestern Syria.

Online:

This article is written and prepared by our foreign editors writing for OBSERVATORY NEWS from different countries around the world – material edited and published by OBSERVATORY staff in our newsroom.

Our Standards, Terms of Use: Standard Terms And Conditions.

OBSERVATORY — Breaking news source, real-time coverage of the world’s events, life, politics, money, business, finance, economy, markets, war and conflict zones.

Contact us: contact@newsobservatory.com

Stay connected with Observatory and Observatory Newsroom, also with our online services and never lost the breaking news stories happening around the world.

Support The OBSERVATORY from as little as $1 – it only takes a minute. Thank you.

We are OBSERVATORY — the only funding and support we get from people – we are categorically not funded by any political party, any government somewhere or from any grouping that supports certain interests – the only support that makes OBSERVATORY possible came from you.

Related Articles