“[W]e are ready for all kinds of cooperation for the peace of the Afghan people, the well-being of our Turkish kin living in this country, and the protection of our country’s interests,” he [President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan] stated.
The continued military presence of Turkey in Afghanistan will smooth the way for the new administration in the international arena, the president said.
Turkey and Libya reached an agreement in late 2019 for the deployment of the Turkish troops to the latter….
“The messages we will give and the steps we will take will be coordinated. There will be a NATO foreign ministers meeting on Friday. We need to coordinate and work together with the international community. It wouldn’t be right to make a decision right now,” he [Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu] stated.