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Reviews Libya: Turkey chooses to ignore the Geneva military accord

12:50  27 october  2020
12:50  27 october  2020 Source:   rfi.fr

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Libyan military commissions agree in Geneva on a permanent ceasefire. Government of National Accord or GNA or UN-backed government or Tripoli government or Waqef government headed by Fayez Sarraj, Tripoli protection forces, Misrata forces, other pro-Tripoli militias, Turkey , Qatar, Pakistan.

The military airbases on Egypt’s border with Libya are key to UAE efforts to support Haftar’s Libyan National Army. Turkey has also used Airbus A400M military cargo planes to supply their forces on the ground in western Libya , in support of the Tripoli-based Government of National Accord .

Le président turc Tayyip Erdogan, le 3 décembre 2019 (image d'illustration). © Daniel Leal-Olivas / Pool via REUTERS Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan, December 3, 2019 (illustrative image).

Turkey prefers to ignore the Geneva military agreement signed on Friday 23 October between the two opposing Libyan parties for an immediate and comprehensive ceasefire. Among other things, the agreement stipulates the departure of all foreign mercenaries within 90 days.

Hours after the military accord was signed in Geneva, the Turkish president said he would ignore it. And his defense minister released photos of members of the West Libyan forces in training.

Libyans trained in Turkey

A gesture followed in Libya by a declaration by Salah Eddine al-Namrouche, Minister of Defense in the Government of National Accord who affirms that the Geneva agreement does not prevent the Turkish army from train the forces of West Libya. He also announces that dozens of fighters are continuing their training in Turkey under the military agreement signed with Ankara in 2019.

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Turkey and Libya signed a military memorandum of understanding on 27 November that has already been presented to the Turkish parliament. Emrullah İşler, Turkey ’s envoy to Libya , said no ground troops were foreseen at the moment and an initial decision would be taken by parliament on Saturday.

But the Turkish military was a double-edged sword; in 1960, the Turkish military orchestrated a coup against the democratically elected Prime Minister Since the failed coup, Erdogan has reshaped the Turkish military so that its leadership is aligned ideologically with his vision of Turkey ’s place in the

Khaled al-Mishri, this Islamist at the head of the High Council of State, doubts the capacity of the camp Khalifa Haftar to keep the Geneva commitments. In turn, he asserts that the latest resolutions do not concern the military agreements signed with Ankara.

However, Stephanie Williams, the UN special envoy, announced the suspension of training on Libyan ground and all military agreements until the arrival of a new government of national unity (GNA).

In addition, the Libyan foreign and interior ministers were in Doha on Monday to sign a security agreement with Qatar despite the decisions taken in Geneva. Doha and Ankara support the GNA camp in West Libya. While Cairo, Abu Dhabi and Riyadh support the camp of Marshal Khalifa Haftar.

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