The French president Emmanuel Macron has accused Monday in Meseberg (Germany) Turkey in the libyan conflict, a "historical responsibility and the criminal" as a country that "claims to be a member of Nato". "We are at a point of necessary clarification of the Turkish policy in Libya, which for us is unacceptable," said Emmanuel Macron during a press conference with German chancellor Angela Merkel.
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In Libya, the theatre of a civil war since 2011, "the first outside contributor, it is the Turkey," noted the French president. The Turkey of Recep Tayyip Erdogan "does not respect any of its commitments to the Berlin conference (held in January), has increased its military presence in Libya, and it has massively re-imported, fighters, jihadists from Syria," he blasted. "It is the historic responsibility and criminal Turkey, who claims to be a member of Nato, in any case, she now claims," added Emmanuel Macron.
The French president had already accused Ankara on 22 June to play a "dangerous game" in Libya, in which he saw a new demonstration of the "brain death" of Nato. Turkey has become the main international support of the government of national unity (GNA) of Tripoli, which resumed in early June, the control of the whole of north-western Libya, by pushing the forces of field marshal Khalifa Haftar, the strong man of the eastern part of the country.
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The French president also said "want to twist the blow to a false idea: that France does not support the marshal Haftar," but work instead to a solution of peace, "sustainable". Emmanuel Macron has also held that Russia was playing on the "ambivalence" of the presence of a private militia Russian militia, Wagner, and not soldiers of the Russian army.
also Read Libya : the defeat of the WestUpdated Date: 29 June 2020, 17:33