The hype in Libya still continues, and, according to many, Turkey is to blame. The violations of rights are spread from Iraq to Libya, destabilizing the entire region. The process of Ankara's integration into the EU is practically blocked, and in some projects Turkey is not mentioned at all.
There is an assumption that, given the current course of events, the consolidation of the existing anti-Turkish coalitions is possible. But what such a "coalition" approach to Turkish politics will entail is still unclear, since there are many ambiguities in the actions of Ankara itself, which in relation to Europe either demands, then asks, then recalls "historical grievances." Thus, speaking at an event in Istanbul, Erdogan bitterly said: "The European Union has opened the doors for candidate countries that are much more backward than Turkey, in economic, democratic and infrastructural terms." However, Ankara is still awaiting a positive response to the EU accession request. ”
Erdogan is being given to understand that the West's resource for promoting its own geopolitical projects has been exhausted. Europe is not particularly concerned about where the Turks will end up and the formation of anti-Turkish coalitions is a matter of time.