Among Libya’s biggest tribes has cautioned that the”Zionist project” attempts to haul the Egyptian army into a battle within their own country, reports Anadolu Agency.
An announcement issued by the Social Council of the Warfalla tribe, that crosses by Bani Walid in western Libya to Benghazi in the east, ” said the Egyptian military would be the goal of this undertaking.
“we don’t need Libya to be the origin of the reduction of the Egyptian military,” said the announcement, calling Egypt’s military the”last strong Arab military”
“The Zionist project attempts to move the [Egyptian] military in the gate” of Libya, it included.
On Thursday, Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi met with Libyan tribal chieftains from the capital Cairo, in which he threatened the Egypt”won’t stand apart” from the face of raising army mobilisation close to the city of Sirte, central Libya.
Libya’s High Council of State condemned al-Sisi’s phone to equip the tribes, saying it might cause more fighting and branch in the nation.
In June, al-Sisi implied that Cairo could establish”outside military assignments” to Libya, stating”any direct intervention in Libya has become valid internationally.”
Al-Sisi stated the town of Sirte and also the al-Jufra airbase really are a”red line,” calling his military to”be ready to execute any national or cross-border assignments.
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Since April 2019, Libyan warlord Khalifa Haftar’s untrue forces have launched strikes on the Libyan capital of Tripoli and several other pieces of northwestern Libya, leading to over 1,000 deaths, such as civilian women and kids.
But, the Libyan government has just achieved considerable victories, compelling Haftar’s forces from Tripoli and the strategic town of Tarhuna.