The Organization of Kings, Sultans and Elders in Africa, through the African Union, called on the major countries that interfered in the internal affairs of Libya in the name of “NATO” under the cover of the United Nations in 2011, in order to overthrow a legitimate regime at the time, to reform all the security, political and economic destabilization and instability they committed Violations and the manufacture of chaos and crime, Libya has never seen in its history
The organization stressed, in a statement, a copy of which was obtained by the og, to the world that it was time to do something for peace and stability in Libya after the destruction and diaspora caused by NATO to this country, explaining that this role must be played by African and Arab countries under the banner of the Union The African Union and the Arab League, but its role was of little influence in pressuring the major countries that interfered in Libya’s internal affairs.
She called for a broad meeting in the coming days before the date of the catastrophe and the catastrophe that befell Libya on February 17, 2011, to be the next Kings’ Organization meeting for the upcoming African summit to be held in less than a week, pending the strong African decision regarding the Libyan crisis until the official position of the countries is clear before The popular position, stressing that all the meetings, meetings and conferences held by major countries during the current month in Moscow, Berlin and Algeria around Libya did not produce results for peace in Libya, but the situation has worsened.
The organization also called on the major countries that made Libya a stage of conflict among themselves due to its wealth and strategic geographical location, to fix this desperate situation unacceptable without taking into account the most basic human rights and human dignity of the Libyan and African people, and the organization questioned the integrity of the agreements and treaties aimed at preventing the entry of weapons into Libya Under the UN guarantee signed and signed in Berlin on January 19, which stipulates a full commitment to prevent the entry of weapons and fighters.
She pointed to the worsening of the situation from the past, as arms and fighters dispatched to Libya spread, which confirms the lack of seriousness of the major conflicting countries in the political solution in Libya, especially since the major powers fighting over Libya proved to the United Nations the inability of the cease-fire and the arms embargo.
She concluded: “From this standpoint, we affirm that the next stage is the stage of peoples, tribes, kings, sultans and African sheikhs for peace and stability in Libya, and we must meet, support and highly value the real and effective efforts made by the people and the Libyan Arab tribes for peace, stability and preservation of Libyan wealth and national unity.
Eight years ago, France implemented its plan with the State of Qatar, to get rid of the martyr leader, and evidence and documents showed the Hamdeen organization’s involvement in financing and supporting terrorist militias and the Political Islam Group to spread chaos in the country.
The scenario of the French-Qatari intervention began to destroy Libya, not only by stirring up strife in the country, but also by supporting the military intervention of NATO, leading to the violent and indiscriminate bombing of Sirte and the assassination of the leader in the 20th of the month of October 2011
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.