The French President condemns the “criminal” military intervention of Turkey in Libya

Selava Omar – – Agencies

French President “Emmanuel Macron” accused Turkey on Monday of transporting fighters to Libya, saying that the Turkish role in Libya is a historical criminal responsibility.

Where “Macron” raised sharp criticism of his Turkish counterpart, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, for his role in Libya, and Macron accused Turkey of transporting fighters to Libya on a large scale, describing Ankara’s intervention as “criminal.”

“I think it is a historical and criminal responsibility of a country that claims to be a member of NATO,” Macron said. He added that Turkey “imports” fighters from Syria “intensively.”

Where the relations between France and Turkey, the two NATO partners, have deteriorated in recent weeks due to Libya and northern Syria and drilling in the eastern Mediterranean.

It is noteworthy that Turkey has intervened decisively in Libya in the past few weeks, providing air support, weapons and fighters allied with it from Syria to help the so-called “Al Wefaq” government based in Tripoli.

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