Turkey continues its interventions in the Arab countries in its endeavor to restore the glories of the defunct Ottoman Sultanate, and the Turkish aggressive interventions clearly in Libya by supporting the Accord Government and armed groups there and sending mercenaries from its Syrians to fight against the Libyan National Army led by Field Marshal Khalifa Hifter.
With the intention of the Turkish occupation to control Sirte and al-Jafra, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi sent a strong message from the Libyan border to Turkey that it would intervene militarily in the event of progress towards these two regions and considered them a "red line" for Egypt. He confirmed his readiness to train the Libyan tribes to defend themselves.
Al-Maraimi revealed that "Turkey supports the terrorists in Libya and provides them with weapons, ammunition and direct flights, as well as recruiting Syrian mercenaries, including them from the Al-Nusra Front and extremist organizations," stressing that all these practices are flagrant interference and grave violations in Libya.
Al-Mariami called on the international community and the Arab countries to put an end to the aggressor state of Turkey and keep it away from Libya, stressing the need for Erdogan's mercenaries to leave Libya, especially as they wreak havoc in the country.
The media advisor to the Speaker of the Libyan Parliament confirmed that if Turkey takes one step towards Sirte, "Let us have a willingness to formally request the Egyptian forces to intervene, according to what was stated in the speech of the Egyptian president who laid a red line at Sirte and Jafra, in coordination with the Libyan National Army forces led by Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar, and the Libyan parliament headed by Counselor Aqila Saleh Issa.
The media advisor to the Speaker of the Libyan Parliament stressed that Turkey has contributed to deepening the Libyan crisis rather than working to resolve it.
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