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Macron: Turkey playing ‘dangerous game’ in Libya

WorldNews Tuesday, 23 June 2020
Macron: Turkey playing ‘dangerous game’ in LibyaTurkey’s attitude in Libya is “unacceptable” and can no longer be tolerated, French President Emmanuel Macron said on Monday in a stark condemnation of Ankara’s increasing involvement in the war-torn country. Speaking at an evening news conference with Tunisian President Kais Saied in Paris, Mr Macron urged the Turkish President to end his country’s actions in Libya. "I believe today that Turkey is playing a dangerous game in Libya and is contravening all the engagements that it made at the Berlin conference" earlier this year on finding peace, Mr Marcon said of the January meeting led by the UN to try and...
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The French president's remarks on Turkey's military intervention in the Libyan civil war follows an encounter between the two NATO allies' ships in the MediterraneanView on euronews

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