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Tripoli Parliament accuses Tobruk authorities of “treason” for asking Egypt to intervene in Libya

The Libyan parliament set up in the country’s capital, Tripoli, branded this Wednesday’s decision by the eastern authorities to call for Egyptian military intervention to counter the support Turkey is offering to the unitary government as “treason”.

In a statement approved late Monday, Tobruk’s parliament “urged the Egyptian armed forces to intervene to protect the national security of Libya and Egypt if they see an immediate threat to the security of our two countries” They denounced the Turkish “occupation” on.

In response, the Parliament of the Capital, coordinated with the Unity Executive, expressed surprise at the appeal and said that “it is a crime, a betrayal and a violation of the UN Security Council resolutions and international law “.

Tripoli Parliament accuses Tobruk authorities of “treason” for asking Egypt to intervene in Libya
Tripoli Parliament accuses Tobruk authorities of “treason” for asking Egypt to intervene in Libya

He said in a statement that “he rejects this dangerous escalation and contempt for Libya’s sovereignty with the aim of putting pressure on the House of Representatives and the government of unity,” reports The Libya Observer. .

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