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.
Libyan army spokesman Major General Ahmed al-Mismari revealed that Turkey is taking advantage of the ceasefire truce, and is installing an American air defense system at Maitika airport, and confirmed that Turkey has landed weapons and artillery at Misurata port, and continues to bring Syrian mercenaries to Tripoli.
Turkey's Supreme Election Council excluded the Future Party, which was recently founded by resigned Prime Minister Ahmet DavutOglu from the upcoming elections.
At a time when the new truce of Russia and Turkey in Idlib collapsed, observers saw that the latter's influence was falling apart in Syria, while fears increased over the repetition of the Syrian scenario (De-escalation) in Libya during the Berlin conference.
A new batch of 1,750 Syrian mercenaries has arrived from Turkey in Libya, while the process of recruiting other mercenaries is continuing in Afrin and parts of northern Syria.
The United States is about imposing sanctions on Turkey for its purchase of Russian S-400 missile systems, US Assistant Secretary of State for Political and Military Affairs Clarke Cooper said.
French President Emmanuel Macron said on Thursday that his country will send the aircrafts carrier "Charles de Gaulle" and its accompanying combat group to the Middle East to contribute in the fight against ISIS mercenaries.
The Syrian regime forces took control of two villages, south of Maarat al-Numan, with extensive air and land cover, despite the declared truce by Russia and Turkey.
Tunisian journalist PH.D. Abdul Salam Choukaer confirmed that Erdogan is dealing with his allies in Tunisia to support their organization in Libya, and he saw that there was a plan that the Brotherhood movement took as a way to destroy the peoples of the region, but it failed and left Libya, which will be an outlet for the entry of the Turks to Algeria and perhaps Egypt.
The U.S. House of Representatives has agreed to refer President Donald Trump's impeachment to the Senate to proceed with his trial on charges of trespassing and obstructing a Congressional investigation.