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The spokesperson for the General Command of the Libyan Arab Armed Forces, Ahmed Al-Mesmari, responded to the statements of a Turkish president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who said: "The path of solution in Libya passes through Turkey," and that the fall of Al-Sarraj means the spread of terrorism.
Turkey:- The Turkish newspaper "Cumhuriyet" said that the pharmaceutical companies intentionally conceal blood pressure, epilepsy, H1N1 flu, eyes and some types of analgesics, while awaiting the increase in prices scheduled for February 2020.
The Egyptian Arabic Republic:-- The Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs summoned the Turkish Chargé d'Affairs to Cairo to express strong disapproval of the statement issued by the Turkish Foreign Ministry, regarding the legal measures taken by Egypt against the unlicensed Turkish electronic cell in Egypt.
Moscow: - The parties from Egypt and Turkey will gather in the Russian capital for an agreement to bridge the rifts between the east and west of Libya.
The way the former Nissan and Renault chief Carlos Ghosn escaped from Japan and his arrival in Beirut is still fraught with mystery, but there are media outlets that are slowly becoming more important.
Tunis-Bardo: - Hours after the fall of the Tunisian government proposed by Habib El Gamli, which the Islamist party, Ennahdha Movement, recommended, movements began within the People's Assembly against its president, and the head of the Islamic Party, Rashid Ghannouchi.