​​​​​​​Egypt and France warn of danger of Turkish interventions in Libya

On Tuesday, the foreign ministers of Egypt and France warned against the consequences of the Turkish interference in the Libyan issue in the light of Ankara's continued sending mercenaries from Syria to support the extremist militias.

The Egyptian Foreign Minister, Sameh Shoukry, and his French counterpart, Jean-Lou de Drian, discussed in a telephone call the latest developments on the Libyan scene and the comprehensive political means for the crisis in a way that works to restore security and stability, eliminate terrorism, and achieve the aspirations of the Libyan people.

Turkey continues to supply the extremist militias in Tripoli with Syrian mercenaries who were fighting for Ankara in Syria.

Mercenaries are sent by Turkey through direct and indirect air flights, and about six flights were detected between Istanbul and Misrata during the past week.

Ankara has also deployed several drones targeting the Libyan National Army forces who are continuing a military operation to retake the capital from militias.




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