Demonstrations in the Libyan city of Benghazi protest against Turkish interference in the country

Selava Omar – – “Agencies”

Media sources reported that demonstrators gathered in the streets of Benghazi in eastern Libya on Friday, refusing Turkey interfere in libya.

The demonstrators carried banners and pictures to support the Libyan forces that were fighting on the threshold of Tripoli before its withdrawal days ago after violent clashes and intense air strikes from Turkish drones.

The demonstrators confirmed their rejection of Turkish interference in their country and their support for the Libyan National Army led by Field Marshal “Khalifa Hifter”, and the demonstrators chanted that “there is no dialogue or negotiation with the Turks,” considering that the Turkish forces entered Libya in order to seize the oil.
Others considered that the “Wefaq” forces should remove the Turks and mercenaries from the country if they wanted to hold talks with the Libyan army.

It is noteworthy that the cease-fire was supposed to take effect in Libya after the Egyptian initiative, but Al-Wefaq forces refused and continued to mobilize military reinforcements in order to advance towards the strategic city of Sirte, located in the so-called “Petroleum Crescent ” on the Mediterranean coast.

Turkey continues to transfer mercenaries and weapons to the Al-Wefaq government, despite UN and international calls for the need to stop foreign interference and adhere to the arms embargo, and urge the conflicting parties to resume negotiations.

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