Aqila Saleh: Turkey is part of problem in Libya, aims to impose the Brotherhood

Aqila Saleh, the head of the Libyan Parliament said that the international community is certain of the failure of the Accord Government, and stressed that Turkey is part of the problem, not part of the solution in Libya, explaining that the Libyan people do not accept Turkey's threat and will defend their country.

The Libyan T.V quoted from Saleh his confirmation that what he called "gangs" should leave the Libyan capital for the ceasefire to continue.

The head of the Libyan Parliament added, “Turkey aims to impose the Brotherhood on the rule of Libya,” stressing that the Libyan people do not accept Turkey’s threat and will defend their country.

The Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan had earlier warned Europe that it would face new threats if the Accord Government headed by Fayez al-Sarraj fell in Libya, and Erdogan stressed that the path to peace in Libya runs through Turkey.

Several countries are preparing to participate in the Berlin Conference on Libya on Sunday, as the Russian President Vladimir Putin announced his intention to attend the conference, and US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced his participation in the meeting.

In light of the unprecedented diplomatic activity in Libya, international powers have confirmed their willingness to attend the conference and put pressure to find consensual solutions for stopping the fighting breaking out since nine months.


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