United Nations: Transferring fighters from Syria to Libya raises “serious concern”

Laila Muhammed –

“The UN special envoy to Syria,” Gerd Pederson, said today, Tuesday, that the transfer of fighters from Syria to Libya by Turkey is of great concern.

On Monday, the United Nations called on all parties to the Libyan conflict to stop the violence and resume the political process and start a Libyan-Libyan dialogue.

It is noteworthy that the militias of the Turkish-backed Al-Wefaq government announced yesterday, Monday, their control of the Al-Wattia air base southwest of Tripoli.

Earlier, he had called the Secretary-General of the United Nations, “Antonio Guterres” for a ceasefire, but the militias of the Turkish-backed Al-Wefaq government did not abide by this call.

It is worth noting that Turkey supports the government of reconciliation in Libya militarily and openly, by sending Syrian materiel and militants, as well as Turkish officers and advisors, to provide support and organize work, under the cover of a security agreement and military cooperation between the two countries that was signed in December last year in an exciting way Controversially, which enabled al-Wefaq forces to resist the attack by the Libyan army to liberate the capital Tripoli from armed militias, more than a year ago. .

Turkey is transporting weapons and mercenaries to Libya for the benefit of the reconciliation government, and Erdogan has threatened that his country will interfere directly in Libyan affairs if the United Nations does not interfere and describes France, the United Arab Emirates, and Egypt as evil countries.

Translation: Selava Omar

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