President Recep Tayyip Erdogan divulged an unpredictable proposition to save Turkey’s economy from the disaster that his activities have produced on December twentieth. It involves the public authority ensuring specific lira stores against swapping scale variances.

The arrangement seemed to work in the close to run. The lira made a noteworthy rebound the day following Mr. Erdogan’s explanation, quickly eradicating a month of misfortunes. The national bank, not the store protection plot, was the main thrust behind the flood, burning through billions of dollars from its diminishing stores to purchase lira. President Erdogan, who had been in grave political trouble, has acquired some time because of the money’s bounce back. Nonetheless, it has just served to stow away, if not compound, Turkey’s financial worries.

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Since announcing its intention to intervene militarily in Libya in December 2019, Turkey has sent tens of thousands of Syrian mercenaries to western Libya. It did so as part of a security deal with the departing National Accord Government .

The Turkish government also dispatched Syrian militants to the Nagorno-Karabakh territory, a disputed region between Armenia and Azerbaijan, to fight with Azerbaijani forces in the conflict.

Turkey is caught in a bind as a result of international and regional requests for the mercenaries to be removed from Libya. As a result, it moved quickly to coordinate measures with its partner Qatar to remove the mercenaries from Libya.

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