Erdogan snubs Paris conference on Libya


The international conference hosted by France has started on Friday, bringing together dozens of foreign leaders and top diplomats to help Libya to hold its planned elections in December. Libya’s presidential and parliamentary elections are scheduled for December 24.     The Turkish government is not present at the conference, in line with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s announcement on Sunday that no members of his government would attend a Paris conference as long as Israel, Greece, and the Greek Cypriot administration were in attendance. Ankara is represented by a low-level diplomatic mission in the conference, while Moscow is represented by…

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