The Major General Ahmed al-Mismari, speaking on behalf of the Libyan National Army, announced the monitor of a number of ISIS mercenaries who had infiltrated to the south, likely that Turkey had brought them, and announced at the same time the activation of the air embargo over Tripoli entirely, especially over Mitiga Airport.
The Libyan National Army announced that a Turkish drone shot down after being launched from Mitiga Air Force Base.
The escalation by Iraqi demonstrators continues for the third day in a row, as they took control of a number of major roads and bridges in the center and south of the country.
Ghassan Salama, the United Nations special envoy to Libya, confirmed that during the Berlin conference, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan pledged not to send troops or mercenaries to Libya, adding, "I have something to question Erdogan for."
Head of EU Foreign Policy, Josep Borrell, announced on Monday that EU foreign ministers have recommended a list of sanctions against Turkey and defining the names of officials and entities.
Iraqi cities are witnessing massive protests accompanied by security incidents and road blockages, in response to the call of the popular movement in Iraq to escalate today.
German Chancellor, Angela Merkel, announced the results of Berlin Summit on Libya in a press conference with UN envoy to Libya, Ghassan Salameh, UN Secretary-General, António Guterres and the German Foreign Minister, Heiko Maas.
French President Emmanuel Macron has expressed great concern about the arrival of Syrian and foreign mercenaries in Libya and has demanded an end to this.
The death toll from the Yemeni army of President Abd Rabbuh Mansour has risen to seventy soldiers, as a result of a missile attack that the Ansar Allah group (Houthis) was accused of carrying out.
Iraq is witnessing protests accompanied by security incidents and blocking roads, as protesters closed Tayran square in central Baghdad, amid calls for escalation tomorrow.
The European Union is readying to cease 75% of the financial aid it provides to Turkey due to its drillings east of the Mediterranean Sea as well as its military intervention in Syria.
Aqila Saleh, the head of the Libyan Parliament said that the international community is certain of the failure of the Accord Government, and stressed that Turkey is part of the problem, not part of the solution in Libya, explaining that the Libyan people do not accept Turkey's threat and will defend their country.