Libya. Erdogan attacks Russia and the West while he’s sending terrorists to Europe
Saturday Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan accused Russia of “managing the Libyan conflict at the highest levels” according to Turkish newspaper “Hurriyet”. Erdogan, speaking to reporters on the plane returning from Pakistan, reiterated his accusation against the Russian private security company “Wagner” of supporting the general command of Libyan Armed Forces.
Erdogan reaffirmed also his country’s continued support for the Government of National Accord (GNA) and its affiliated armed groups in the Libyan capital, under the Memorandum of Understanding on security and military signed between the two sides on November 27, 2019.
Erdogan also confirmed the news of thousands of rebels and terrorists arrived from the Syrian city of Idlib to Tripoli without specifying that those terrorists passed via Ankara to reach Libya.
Previously the Libyan GNA Prime Minister, Fayez al-Serraj, questioned by journalist on the presence of Syrian terrorists in Tripoli affirmed that his forces are ready to cooperate with any force to stop what he called “the aggression” of the Libyan National Army led by Marshall Khalifa Haftar.
The spokesperson of the Libyan army previsiously advised the European countries that at least 41 terrorists arrived on Italian coast after entered Libya from Turkey, revealing the plan of Muslim Brotherhood to threatens Europe’s security.
Europol from his side confirmed the possibility that extremists can infiltrate between immigrants departing from Libya towards European coasts. The hypothesis was confirmed also by French intelligence sources quoted by French president Emanuel Macron in a joint press conference with his Greek counterpart Kyriakos Mitsotakis.
It must be said that Erdogan also attacked the West saying: “The West continues to support this man, who is getting weapons, ammunition and money”, referring to the commander in chief of the army, Marshal Khalifa Haftar who liberated most of Libyan territories from terrorists and criminals.