Turkey enables ISIS from the Libyan coast


Source: Dubai – Arabic.net

The Libyan army renewed its accusation against Turkey of transferring elements from ISIS and Al Qaeda, and enabling their presence on the Libyan coast.

It was also announced by the spokesman of the Commander in Chief of the Libyan Army, Major General Ahmed Al-Mismari, that it monitored Syrian mercenaries backed by Turkish military elements on the borders of the city of Misurata, as well as at the Tunisian border.

On the Tunisian border

Al-Mesmari said in a press conference, on Wednesday evening, that “Turkey is enabling the ISIS and al-Qaeda elements to be present on the Libyan coast, and part of them may move to Europe.”

To that, he pointed out that “the mercenary elements that Turkey brought to western Libya exceeded 3,000, and the Libyan army monitored the presence of Syrian and Turkish mercenaries in one of the camps on the Libyan-Tunisian border.”

Armed factions within the Al-Wefaq forces in Tripoli (Archives - France Press)
Armed factions within the Al-Wefaq forces in Tripoli (Archives – France Press)

He also considered that the Syrian mercenaries take schools in the city of Tripoli as headquarters, confirming that they violated the armistice on more than one axis.

On Wednesday, sources for my Arab channel and Al-Hadath reported that Turkish soldiers landed at dawn in the port of Tripoli, after they arrived On board two Turkish warships, In a first of its kind since Turkey started sending soldiers and mercenaries to support the “Al-Wefaq” government forces in the Tripoli battles.

The two ships were accompanied by a cargo ship that landed tanks and military trucks, for the first time since President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced his intention to support “reconciliation”, despite his pledge at the “Berlin Conference” not to interfere in Libya or send troops or mercenaries.

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