Erdogan threatens : Today, Tuesday, Turkish President Recep Tayyip
Erdogan launched an attack on the Libyan army commander, Field
Marshal Khalifa Hifter, after the latter refused to sign a cease-fire
agreement with the National Accord Government headed by Fayez al-
Sarraj in Moscow, threatening to teach him “the necessary lesson” in the
event that he continued his attack on the capital Tripoli.(Erdogan threatens)
“Haftar agreed at the beginning to sign the ceasefire agreement and then refused and fled from Moscow,” Erdogan said in a speech to him, according to the Turkish Anatolia Agency.
in addition He added: “The responsibility for Haftar to sign the ceasefire agreement rests with Russian President Vladimir Putin and his team from now on.”
also The talks in Moscow are positive in terms of revealing the true face of
Haftar to the world,” he added. “We will not hesitate to teach Haftar the
necessary lesson if it continues its attacks on our Libyan brothers and the
legitimate government in Tripoli.”
Earlier in the day, the Russian Foreign Ministry confirmed that the Libyan National Army commander, Khalifa Haftar, had left Moscow without signing a ceasefire agreement with the National Accord government.
In response to a question(Erdogan threatens):
whether Hifter’s successor had left Moscow without signing a ceasefire agreement with the National Accord government, the Russian Foreign Ministry said, “Moscow will continue to work with the parties to the conflict in Libya, to reach a settlement.”
The discussions between the Foreign and Defense Ministers of Russia and Turkey with the Libyan parties have continued for more than about six hours, during the consultations that took place in Moscow with the Prime Minister of the Libyan Accord Government, Fayez al-Sarraj and the leader of the Libyan National Army Field Marshal Khalifa Hifter, to discuss the possibility of reaching an agreement between the parties Libyan ceasefire.
On Monday, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov announced that parties to the Libyan conflict signed the ceasefire agreement, but Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar asked for a deadline until tomorrow to study and sign the agreement.
also The parties to the conflict in Libya announced a ceasefire on January 12, at
the initiative of Russia and Turkey, during a meeting between the two
presidents, Vladimir Putin and Recep Tayyip Erdogan, last week in
finally In this regard, it is planned that the German capital will host an
international meeting on Libya on January 19.
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