With the military mobilization in the vicinity of the Libyan city of Sirte, which the Accord Government is preparing for what is reported to be progressing towards it, the Arab League warned against escalation in the countries steeped in the war years ago.
Secretary-General Ahmed Abu al-Ghait stressed that the league cannot accept that Libya is a theater of foreign military interventions or an outlet to achieve external agendas or regional ambitions in one of its member states, stressing that there is an absolute Arab commitment to preserve the sovereignty, independence, and territorial integrity and unity of the Libyan state.
He said in an interview with the Middle East News Agency: No one wants to repeat the Syrian scenario in Libya, and added: The Arab League cannot accept that the situation in Libya represents a threat to the security and stability of the immediate Arab neighboring countries Egypt, Algeria, and Tunisia.
He also saw that the "Cairo Declaration" is an important initiative and sets an integrated road map to settle the Libyan crisis, and pointed out that this Egyptian initiative drew executive steps and mechanisms to deal with the Libyan situation in all its military, security, political and economic aspects.
In addition, he affirmed that Ankara's actions affect and target Arab national security as a whole, and the university cannot accept it just as it rejects any regional interference that threatens the security, safety and stability of Arab countries.
This Arab warning comes from the deterioration of the Libyan situation, in conjunction with the receipt of information that Turkish military engineers are currently near Sirte, and that Turkish drones spotted by the Libyan National Army, photographed a number of places near the city.