Algeria would have intervened in Libya to stop Haftar’s advance towards Tripoli

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He indicated that the message “red line” had arrived.

Today (Tuesday), Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune revealed that his country was ready to intervene in one way or another in neighboring Libya; To stop the advance of Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar’s forces towards the capital, Tripoli, as stated in an interview with Al Jazeera.

In response to a question about what he meant by “Tripoli is a red line,” the Algerian president said: “We meant that we would not accept that Tripoli be the first Maghreb and African capital occupied by mercenaries, we would have intervened.”

In response to whether Algeria intends to intervene militarily, he said: “Taboon”: “We would have intervened in one way or another and would not remain idly by.”

He added: “When we said a red line, in fact it was a red line, so the message was conveyed, and Tripoli was not occupied.”

The Algerian president had confirmed in a statement in January 2020 after receiving the former Prime Minister of National Accord, Fayez Al-Sarraj, that “Tripoli is a red line that we hope no one crosses,” while the forces of Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar were on the outskirts of the Libyan capital.

Tebboune: Algeria would have intervened in Libya to stop Haftar’s advance towards Tripoli

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Today (Tuesday), Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune revealed that his country was ready to intervene in one way or another in neighboring Libya; To stop the advance of Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar’s forces towards the capital, Tripoli, as stated in an interview with Al Jazeera.

In response to a question about what he meant that “Tripoli is a red line”, the Algerian president said: “We meant that we would not accept that Tripoli be the first Maghreb and African capital occupied by mercenaries, we would have intervened.”

In response to whether Algeria intends to intervene militarily, he said: “Taboon”: “We would have intervened in one way or another and would not remain idly by.”

He added: “When we said a red line, in fact it was a red line, so the message was conveyed, and Tripoli was not occupied.”

And the Algerian president had confirmed in a statement in January 2020 after receiving the former Prime Minister of National Accord, Fayez Al-Sarraj, that “Tripoli is a red line that we hope no one crosses,” while the forces of Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar were on the outskirts of the Libyan capital.

June 08, 2021 – Shawwal 27, 1442

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He indicated that the message “red line” had arrived.

Today (Tuesday), Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune revealed that his country was ready to intervene in one way or another in neighboring Libya; To stop the advance of Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar’s forces towards the capital, Tripoli, as stated in an interview with Al Jazeera.

In response to a question about what he meant that “Tripoli is a red line”, the Algerian president said: “We meant that we would not accept that Tripoli be the first Maghreb and African capital occupied by mercenaries, we would have intervened.”

In response to whether Algeria intends to intervene militarily, he said: “Taboon”: “We would have intervened in one way or another and would not remain idly by.”

He added: “When we said a red line, in fact it was a red line, so the message was conveyed, and Tripoli was not occupied.”

And the Algerian president had confirmed in a statement in January 2020 after receiving the former Prime Minister of the Government of National Accord, Fayez Al-Sarraj, that “Tripoli is a red line that we hope no one crosses,” while the forces of Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar were on the outskirts of the Libyan capital.





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