Turkish intervention in Libya threatens regional confrontations


Source: Cairo – Arabic.net

The Secretary General of the League of Arab States, Ahmed Aboul Gheit, announced that the Turkish intervention in Libya complicates the situation and threatens to widen the scope of the confrontations in Libya into regional confrontations that extend outside it.

Aboul Gheit said, in an interview with an Egyptian channel on Tuesday evening, that the leaders participating in Berlin Conference They rejected what Ankara is doing.

He also continued: “Turkey’s opinion was different from all countries in the conference, and she spoke of an” attack “on the reconciliation government,” noting that “the Berlin document included 55 items, and everyone is committed to implementing its provisions.”

To that, Aboul Gheit pointed out that all countries agreed not to interfere in the Libyan issue, pointing out that the Berlin Conference adopted the vision of the participating parties to be the agreed international vision.

Possible Sanctions

He added: “Germany saw the necessity of involving all parties with an interest in Libyan affairs, especially the European Union, the concerned countries and the Arab League. It also saw the necessity of Egypt’s participation in its association with common borders with Libya, and securing these borders due to the presence of many terrorist militias in Libya.”

Aboul Gheit said, “Anyone who refuses to deal with or abide by international covenants will be punished,” stressing that “everyone agreed to stop fighting in Libya and the parties return to negotiations and agree to the ideas put forward by the UN envoy Ghassan Salameh.”

He stated that “the Berlin meeting resulted in two aspects: the political follow-up and the ceasefire,” stressing that there will be a follow-up on how to supervise the armistice.


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