“Together we work for peace and the safeguarding of multilateralism, together we work on a wider interaction in Africa, together we want to promote the ecological transition, pushing Europe at the forefront of the fight against climate change”, continued Masset, ensuring that ” France will support the double Italian presidency of COP 26 and the G20 “.
Meanwhile, tension is rising in Libya, yes to Tobruk at the intervention of Egypt. The worst scenario that is likely to materialize in Libya is a direct military confrontation between Ankara and Cairo. The first in support of the Government of national agreement, the second in support of Cyrenaica and the forces of Marshal Khalifa Haftar.
The green light to external intervention also in the eastern part of Libya came from the Parliament of Tobruk, legislative arm of Haftar. The body has declared itself in favor of a possible intervention by the Egyptian army against Turkey in Libya in the event of a “threat”.
“It is up to the Egyptian armed forces to intervene to protect Libyan and Egyptian national security if they see an imminent threat to the security of our two countries, “Parliament elected in 2014 said in a statement.
Tobruk’s statement follows a speech by Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi on June 20 in which he threatened to intervene directly in Libya, in response to Turkey’s direct involvement in the country in support of the Tripoli government. “We ask for concerted efforts between the two sister countries, Libya and Egypt, to guarantee the defeat of the invading occupant (Turkey) and to preserve our common national security”, writes the Libyan Parliament in its press release. “The dangers posed by the Turkish occupation they pose a direct threat to our country and to neighboring countries, in particular to Egypt, “it says.
It is not excluded that the president of the same Parliament faithful to Haftar, Aguila Saleh, will speak about it in Rome, where he arrived yesterday. His agenda is still unclear but the intent is to gain support for the Egyptian ceasefire initiative. An initiative never considered by Tripoli or Ankara.