The Libyan Arab Tribes League in Misrata has rejected what it calls “criminal acts” by the “frigate” government, In reference to the Government of National Accord supported internationally, including the attempt to return the “Ottoman occupier” again.
The Libyan Arab tribes in Misrata, Mehdan, Barakat, Awlad Al-Sheikh, Al-Saban, Al-Amayem, Al-Barabeeh, Al-Shahweh and Alawneh issued a joint statement, read by Og, rejecting the security agreement signed by the head of the Government of National Accord supported internationally with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, and reaffirming their support for the armed forces. “In its war against militias and terrorist gangs.
The tribes stressed that the government of the “trusteeship”, referring to the Government of National Accord, trying to bring Libya under the tutelage and rule of the Supreme Gate in Turkey through fragments originating in Turkey and the Caspian Sea, They signed an agreement which they considered to be religiously, popularly, legally, morally and socially incompetent, and that they are in a solution from any agreement concluded by these “militias” and Ottoman pandas ”on behalf of the Misrata tribes, according to the statement.
The tribes pointed out that they disown the agreement, and that the city of Misrata is the land of these tribes and not the land of the Ottomans, which is besieged and kidnapped by the Turkish “Pandat” now controlling Misrata and Tripoli, as it is not the land of Circassians or Jews, stressing their disownment of all who belong to “Ottoman militias and pandas” who have renounced from their tribes, their families and their Arab origins ..
The Arab tribes in Misrata sent a letter to the rest of the tribes of Libya, confirming their knowledge of the extent of the magnitude of the rift caused by these gangs in the Libyan social fabric, commenting: “So we let you know that we will be on time as we promised you and it will be a big surprise that these gangs and their masters in Turkey will endure.”
The tribes concluded their joint statement that they are authentic Libyan Arab Bedouin tribes, and that Misrata is their land and not the land of the Ottomans and Circassians.
Fathi Pashaga, the interior minister of the internationally backed government of national accord, announced last Wednesday that Libya and Turkey signed a memorandum of understanding on security and maritime cooperation between the two countries in the presence of Erdogan and Sarraj, claiming that this memorandum concerns the fight against terrorism and illegal immigration and the exchange of information.
He received Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, President of the Presidential Council installed from the international community, Fayez Sarraj, Dolmabahce Palace in Istanbul.
The Anatolia news agency, in a report, read by “Og”, that the meeting was away from the lenses of journalists, noting that it lasted for two hours and 15 minutes, without disclosing the content of the conversation between them.
The Greek Foreign Ministry summoned the Turkish ambassador and condemned the agreement, noting that it could not violate the sovereignty of a third country, adding: “This action is a clear violation of the international law of the sea … It is not in line with the principle of good neighborliness governing between States.”
The Libyan parliament, on Thursday, described the agreement between the government of accord and the Turkish regime as a “high betrayal”, where the Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Committee of the Parliament, in a statement, that “the Turkish regime is supportive of terrorist organizations and the agreement is a threat to the Libyan national security and Arab security and peace in the Mediterranean generally”.
The Egyptian Foreign Ministry condemned the signing of Turkey’s memorandums of understanding with Fayez al-Sarraj, head of the Government of National Accord in Libya, for cooperation in the fields of security and maritime areas. usually the Convention is “without legal effect”.
It is noteworthy that the President of the Presidential Council of the Government of National Accord supported internationally, Fayez Sarraj, admitted receiving military support from Turkey during the battles in Tripoli, stressing that his government is in a state of defense of its legitimacy.
The confession comes complementary to the statements made by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, to the whole world, that his country sold weapons and military equipment to the Government of National Accord, in order to create a balance in the war against Hifter, he said.
Erdogan explained, On 20 July last, at a press conference, military assistance had already been provided to the Government of National Accord, after pictures emerged last month showing that dozens of Turkish armored vehicles “Kirby” were handed over to the forces of national accord.
Erdogan added: “We have a military cooperation agreement with Libya, and we give them their needs if they come to us with a request, and if they pay for it, they have already faced a problem in terms of defense needs and equipment, The Government of National Accord has been unable to find military support from any other country except Turkey.
On April 4, Khalifa Hifter announced the launch of an operation to “liberate” the capital Tripoli from “militias and armed groups”, in conjunction with the announcement of the UN envoy in Libya, the holding of the National All-Inclusive Forum, from 14 to 16 April. The past in Ghadames.
The Secretary-General of the Arab League called on all Libyan parties to exercise restraint and reduce the state of escalation field resulting from the recent military moves in the western regions of the country, and to commit to the political path as the only way to end the crisis in Libya, and return to the dialogue aimed at reaching a national settlement exclusively to get the country out of the crisis that live it.
Libya has been in a political and military crisis since 2011, where two parties are currently fighting for power: the Government of National Accord the Internationally supported, led by Faiz al-Sarraj, and the second, the interim government of eastern Libya, supported by the House of Representatives in Tobruk.