Revival of Saudi-Turkey ties, strategic need of Bin Salman, Erdogan

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Turkey and Saudi Arabia have been at odds with each other in the Middle East for a long time. The tension between Turkey and Saudi Arabia started during the Arab Spring in 2011. The year that the President of Egypt, Mohamed Morsi, who was supported by Erdogan, was ousted by General al-Sisi, who was supported by Riyadh.

Saudi Arabia supported Egypt’s leader al-Sisi, who was accused by Turkey of staging a coup, and stood against Turkey in Libya and even in Syria. In 2017 and the sanctions imposed by Saudi Arabia, Egypt, and the UAE against Qatar, Turkey came to Qatar’s aid





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