On Saturday, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi said that any direct Egyptian intervention in Libya had become legitimate, stressing that "the Egyptian forces' readiness to fight has become a necessity."
The Director of Counselling Department in the Libyan National Army, Brigadier Khaled al Mahjoub, commented on the statements of Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, in which he said that any direct Egyptian intervention in Libya has become legitimate.
Al-Mahjoub said in press statements that "Egypt is the real partner to achieve security in Libya, not Turkey."
On this, Libyan writer and academic Ph.D. Gabriel al-Obaidi said in a special statement to Hawar news agency ANHA, "The speech of Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi confirms Egypt's commitment to support Libya's stability, preserve its territorial integrity and repel aggression against it."
Al-Sisi's words are clear: they will not leave Libya in the face of Ottoman ambitions
Gabriel al-Obaidi stressed that “Libyan national security intersects with Egyptian national security,” noting that “the words of President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi were clear and affirms that legitimacy in Libya is for the elected Libyan parliament, and that the Libyan tribes are the true component of the Libyan people, and therefore the president of al-Sisi is an extension of the Arabism of Abdel Nasser will not be left Libya in the face of Ottoman Turonian ambitions hiding behind the cloak of religion, assisted by the terrorist elements of Muslim brotherhood to sell Libya to the Ottoman Sultan and make it a home for him.
The Libyan academician and political researcher stressed that "the Egyptian position is clear, and always stresses that it is a yes to dialogue, and yes to a ceasefire, but not to the occupation of Libya, and thus a threat to the Egyptian-Arab national security," pointing to the words of President al- Sisi of his soldiers to prepare for missions inside and outside Egypt, affirming It is a clear message to the fool, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, that Libya is a neighbor and an Arab country, and we will not leave it for him to tamper with his security and plunder his wealth with the help of a handful of clients. "
The red lines of al-Sisi are an International-Egyptian declaration
In his turn, the Libyan media and diplomat, Counselor Hossam al-Din al-Tayeb said, "The declaration of Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi that the Sirte and al-Jafra are a red line is an International-Egyptian declaration, which explains that the condition of the withdrawal made by the Libyan army came not to cross this line."
Al-Tayeb told the Hawar news agency ANHA that "a ceasefire is necessary to pass the political settlement and resolve the crisis," noting that "any party who does otherwise bears the result of the consequences."
The Libyan media and diplomat stressed that "the united country of Libya will only be a graveyard for the Turkish colonialist."