Al-Mesmari: We are committed to removing Turkish forces, their mercenaries from Libya

The Libyan National Army spokesman, Ahmed Al-Mesmari, said that they are committed to removing Turkish forces and their mercenaries from Libya, and confirmed the arrival of about 1,000 Turkish experts and officers to Libya.

The Libyan National Army spokesman, Ahmed Al-Mesmari, held a press conference today in the Egyptian capital, Cairo, to talk about the latest military developments in the country, the Turkish intervention and send them mercenaries from ISIS, Jabhet Al-Nusra and Al-Qaeda to Libya.

"The epidemic of colonialism of the people is more dangerous than the Corona epidemic," Al-Mesmari said at the start of the press conference. "We decided to root out terrorism in Libya."

He added, "We added a new item to our constants, which is the removal of all Turkish forces and Syrian and foreign mercenaries."

He said that the Libyan armed forces are located inside the neighborhoods of Tripoli, and will destroy everything Turkish, pointing out that the Turks have built radar stations and missiles near Misrata and Maitika.

Al-Mesmari confirmed that all Libyan oil and gas wells are now under the control of the Libyan National Army, and was revealed through a map of the Libyan National Army deployment areas.

Al-Mesmari noted that the one who leads the terrorist operations in Libya is a Turkish man dubbed "Abu Al-Furqan", and published pictures of him alongside the Turkish president, his intelligence chief, and his defense minister.

He pointed out that the number of Syrian mercenaries that Erdogan brought in amounted to 7500 people, in addition to a thousand Turkish officers and individuals.

He noted that the leader of each mercenary group received a million dollars from the Libyan National Accord Government, stressing that the fate of the terrorists present in Libya is a scenario of two with no third, either killing or imprisonment.

Al-Mesmari explained that Erdogan sends 300 to 400 mercenaries to western Libya every week, and he brought about 2,000 terrorists from Jabhet Al-Nusra and ISIS.

He also pointed out that there were 190 mercenaries who had fled from Libya to Europe, and confirmed that, among the mercenaries' belongings, Turkey had been found on Syrian-made hallucination pills, as well as the presence of ISIS slogans on the mercenaries ’clothes.



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