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Tripoli government condemns Al Sisi’s threats and calls his meeting with local tribes “farce”

The internationally recognized Libyan government, based in Tripoli, has condemned the recent statements by Egyptian President Abdelfatá Al Sisi earlier this week, in which he warned local tribes, following a meeting with representatives of another military intervention in Libya, that the authorities of the Have branded Landes as a “farce”.

Al Sisi, an ally of the rebels in Eastern Libya who have been fighting the Tripoli government for months, said: “Egypt is capable of changing the military scene in Libya and has one of the most powerful armies in the Arab world and Africa” , in comments made after meeting tribal leaders to gather support.

The president emphasized that “in the event that Egyptian forces invade Libya,” the tribal leaders “stand with the Libyan flag in front of the troops,” reports the Egyptian newspaper Al Ahram.

Tripoli government condemns Al Sisi’s threats and calls his meeting with local tribes “farce”
Tripoli government condemns Al Sisi’s threats and calls his meeting with local tribes “farce”

In response, the head of the Libyan High State Council, Jaled Al Mishri, replied that the Al Sisi threats mean nothing to the Libyans and that his trust in a group of “lackeys”, as he described the tribal representatives, demonstrates the failure Egyptian politics in Libya gathers the “Libya Observer”.

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