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The regional international summit on Libya concluded its work in the German capital Berlin, with an agreement to implement the arms embargo to Libya and move the settlement path, and the formation of a military committee of 5 officers from the Al-Wefaq government and 5 others from the Libyan National Army with the aim of converting the current armistice into a permanent ceasefire.
The spokesperson for the General Command of the Libyan Arab Armed Forces, Ahmed Al-Mesmari, responded to the statements of a Turkish president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who said: "The path of solution in Libya passes through Turkey," and that the fall of Al-Sarraj means the spread of terrorism.
Moscow: - The parties from Egypt and Turkey will gather in the Russian capital for an agreement to bridge the rifts between the east and west of Libya.
Tunisia:- The Tunisian Republic has made clear its official position on Turkey's implementation of an attack on Libya from its territory, after ambiguity in the position on Turkish interference in the Libyan issue, which was a contrast during the visit of Recep Tayyip Erdogan to Tunisia.
The General Command of the Libyan Armed Forces gained new powers under a mandate from the House of Representatives, which voted on the army's mandate to disrupt the airfields, ports, and landports, which are under the control of the militias.
Ankara: - The Justice and Development Party’s bloc within the Turkish Parliament did not find a path other than yielding to President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's desire to enter the adventure in Turkish forces in the Libyan quagmire.