Libyan sources: Parliament to request Egyptian intervention in coming days

Libyan sources revealed that the Libyan Parliament will hold an emergency session within days to request an Egyptian intervention to counter Turkish interference, while the Libyan army confirmed that they will not leave the city of Sirte for Turkey, whatever the sacrifices to be.

"We will not leave Sirte to Turkey, no matter what the sacrifices," said Brigadier Khaled Al Mahjoub, Head of the Moral Guidance Department in the Libyan Armed Forces.

This comes while, Libyan parliamentary sources said today that the Libyan parliament will hold an emergency session within days to request an Egyptian intervention in the face of Turkey's interference and greed.

The sources said that Turkey cannot control the Libyan oil sites.

This was the Libyan Parliament considered that "the Arab countries began to feel the danger of reviving the Ottoman ambitions," stressing that "activating the joint Arab defense agreement is necessary."

It is noteworthy that the Egyptian President, Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, had stressed in his speech on Saturday that any direct Egyptian intervention in Libya became legal in the framework of the right of self-defense, also expressing his country's readiness to train Libyan tribes to protect themselves from militias and extremists.

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