A Libyan politician said that the Turkish intervention in Libya puts the country on the verge of war in which international countries may get involved, where the main loser of which will be Libya and the Libyan people.
The Libyan politician Muhammad al-Abani said in an interview with North-Press, commenting on Turkey's violations of what it had previously committed during the works of Berlin Summit last month, in which regional and international countries participated with the aim of reaching an understanding regarding the crisis in Libya and projecting a vision for a political solution.
Al-Abani stressed that Turkey’s sending battleships into Tripoli violates the international agreements, particularly what was agreed upon in Berlin, and what what the Turkish President Erdogan has previously pledged. The countries participating in Berlin Summit regarding the situation in Libya pledged last January that none of the parties involved in the Libyan affairs and condemned the external interventions in Libya that would exacerbate the crisis and the conflict in Libya between the two sides; the National Army and the Government of National Accord and its militias.
Al-Abani said: "Turkey sends a clear message through these violations that it is war," pointing out that”the events may lead to a large-scale war involving several countries, and the results may be negative, especially on Libya.”
Turkey justifies its violations and interference in the Libyan internal affairs that this comes at the request of al-Wifaq Government (National Accord), which Turkey describes as "the legitimate authority." While it ignores what was agreed upon in Berlin Summit on the basis of that plea.
It is scheduled for a meeting to be held by the foreign ministers of the countries concerned with the Libyan crisis (Germany, France, Italy, Egypt and Russia) in the mid of February, according to what was announced by the German Foreign Ministry spokesman Christopher Burg, and in continuation of what had begun at the level of the leaders during the previous meeting, which concluded to a set of recommendations.
The upcoming Berlin meeting seeks to achieve a cease-fire in the country, stop attacks on the oil installations, form a unified Libyan military force, and prohibit the supply of arms into Libya.