Caucasus (bbabo.net), - Egypt has set three conditions for the normalization of relations with Turkey. This was reported by Russian journalist Abbas Juma.
Juma identified three Egyptian conditions:
Extradition of members of the Muslim Brotherhood* (the organization is banned in the Russian Federation), hiding in Turkey and wanted in Egypt, involved in terrorist attacks against the armed forces, police and civilians.
The termination of the Turkish military presence in Libya, the withdrawal of all pro-Turkish militants from there.
Ending disagreements with Cyprus and Greece.
bbabo.net recalls that Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan called the current Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi a "tyrant," dictator "and" usurper. In turn, al-Sisi characterized Erdogan as an "Islamic dictator."
*Terrorist organization, banned on the territory of the Russian Federation