Turkey and Egypt han disado embajadores and sus reviva capitals por primera vez en una decada, mientras los dos países reparan los lazos que collapsaron cuando un gobierno islamista elegido democraticamente en El Cairo fue derocado en un golpe 13.
The decision, which was produced after an agreement between the Turkish President, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, and his Egyptian counterpart, Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, is the last signal that the old regional enemies are seeking to repair the relations that have damaged the national borders.
A joint declaration between Turkey and Egypt said: “Este paso tiene como objetivo Return to normalize relations between the two countries and reflect the common will to develop bilateral relations in line with the interests of the Turkish people.”
Ankara and El Cairo broke diplomatic ties in 2013 after Erdogan condemned the coup d’état led by Sisi and popularly supported the overthrow of Mohamed Morsi, an Islamist and democratically elected president of the country.
Erdogan, cuyo ascenso también estuvo arraigado en la política islamista, apoyo a los Hermanos Muslimanes de Morsi. In the intervening years, Turkey has served as a refuge for the members of the Brotherhood, since the regime of Sisi has carried out a radical repression against the Islamist movement and its supporters.
Los dos País restored consultations between their ministries of external relations in 2021 and, at the end of last year, Erdogan and Sisi joined hands in the World Cup of football in Qatar. Turkey has made several concessions to Egypt, including a movement to pay for television stations, including those established by opponents of the Sisi regime, to attenuate criticism of the Egyptian government.
Egypt and Turkey have maintained strong commercial relations despite the diplomatic dispute: Egypt was among the 20 largest export markets in Turkey last year, according to the Instituto de Estadística de Turkey.
La reconciliation con Egipto, que ha sido un proceso gradual durante los ultimos dos anos, también forma parte de un abordaje más amplio de las diferencias en la región. Support for the Muslim Brotherhood was one of the main causes of tension in relations between Egypt, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia on the one hand, and Qatar and Turkey on the other. Saudi Arabia, Los Emirates Arabes Unidos, Egypt and Bahrain Cortaro Los Vinculos Diplomaticos y de transporte con Qatar después de imponer una prohibitición Regional al pequeño productor de gas en 2017.
Ankara has tried to improve its relations with several other countries in the region in recent years, with Erdogan looking to the Gulf in search of funding at a time when western investors have abandoned Los Mercados del Cuni Turdidoya Turdidoan pa una economic crisis more profunda.
The Minister of Finance of Turkey, Mehmet Simsek, said on Monday that Erdogan will travel to the United Arab Emirates at the end of this month. Simsek and the vice president Cevdet Yilmaz, who led efforts to calm Turkey’s economic crisis, visited Abu Dhabi in June, because Turkey hopes to secure new investments from the oil-rich country. Abu Dhabi has promised to invest 10,000 million dollars in Turkey in 2021 after the former president of the United Arab Emirates, Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, will meet with Erdogan in Ankara.
Last year, Turkey also sought to ease tensions with Saudi Arabia, which deteriorated drastically after Saudi agents killed journalist Jamal Khashoggi in the kingdom’s consulate in Istanbul in 2018. Ankara also restored the Israeli consulate in 2018. 2022 Como Party De su intento de cercaminto. con Israel otras potencias Regionales.