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The repercussions of the agreement between the Fayez al-Sarraj government, in the Libyan West, and Turkey, will drive toward an uncalculated road, especially since the terms of this agreement are subject to Western and Arab criticism, but it is clear that Europe will not intervene militarily, since there is someone leading a proxy war in the region, In defense of the interests of his country, which is the President of Egypt, Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi, which these countries may try to push in military confrontations, in order to undermine him, especially as he is leading his country, with the utmost speed, towards the exit from the ranks of third world countries.
The Libyan oasis of Al-Jafra, or the capital of the palm trees, is of a picturesque nature, like the volcanoes of Tani, which made it a site of tourist attraction It also overlooks the Harouge mountain range, which is the largest gathering of volcanic mountains in the North African region, with an area of 45,000 square kilometers, and there are 150 extinct volcanoes, as well as lying peaks on lakes, in addition to plant and animal life, and is an important destination for safari.
The repercussions of the agreement concluded by Libya and Turkey to demarcate their maritime borders near the Greek island of Crete are still raging.
Dubai, United Arab Emirates (Vision) - Fathi Bash Agha, Minister of Interior of the Government, who controls the west of Libya, Fayez Sarraj, revealed in press statements, the signing of a security agreement with the Turkish government, claiming that the agreement is related to the fight against terrorism and illegal immigration.
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates:- The situation in Libya tends to escalate amid the international conflict on its soil, as each side has supporters from abroad, which presages a long-term war.
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates:- Turkey provides all support to Islamic groups in all Arab countries despite their difficult economic conditions and the collapse of the pound.
The new trend in this direction is the heavy weapons they sent to the Libyan west to support Fayez al-Sarraj militias in support of the war waged against them. A large batch of Turkish military weapons and armored vehicles arrived at the port of the Libyan capital Tripoli on board a ship from northern Turkey.