The Libyan Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation renewed its call to the international community and the United Nations to condemn and reject the flagrant Turkish aggression against Libya.
In a statement, the ministry also called for non-recognition of any decisions taken by the "unconstitutional and expired" government that caused unrest and chaos for the Libyan people, the world, and Mediterranean countries, especially by signing two memoranda of understanding with the Turkish regime.
"We reaffirm our complete rejection of the two memoranda of understanding signed in November 2019 between Turkey and Fayez al-Sarraj, which undermined the peace process in Libya by bringing in foreign mercenaries and supporting terrorist militias and their lack of respect for the Libyan people's will to build a state of law, institutions and democracy, and we renew our full support for the Libyan armed forces in resisting them," the statement said. Turkish invasion and terrorist groups controlling the capital, Tripoli.
In the context, the Ministry welcomed the joint statement issued by the meeting held by the foreign ministers of Egypt, Greece, Cyprus, France and the UAE yesterday, which strongly condemned the Turkish military intervention in Libya and renewed the call for Turkey to respect the sovereignty of all countries and their sovereign rights in their maritime areas in the eastern Mediterranean and full respect for the arms embargo and stopping the flow Foreign mercenaries to Libya because of this threat to the stability of the countries neighboring Libya in Africa, as well as in Europe.
It is noteworthy that the Turkish regime, in addition to its transfer of thousands of terrorist mercenaries from northern Syria to Libya, is continuing to send weapons to the armed militias there, where the Libyan army had previously seized many Turkish arms shipments in Libyan ports.