Major General Ahmed Al-Mesmari affirmed the seriousness of the two agreements signed between Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Prime Minister of the Accord Government in Tripoli, Fayez al-Sarraj, noting that it paves the way for the Turks to enter Libyan territorial waters and into Libyan territory under the pretext of implementing them, according to Sky News.
Brigadier Khaled Al Mahjoub, Director of the Moral Guidance Department in the Libyan Armed Forces and the commander of the media center of the "Dignity Operations" Chamber, said this morning that all Libyan army weapons have instructions to deal directly with any Turkish forces located within the Libyan borders.
Al-Mahjoub said in statements to "Sputnik", today, Wednesday, that the Libyan armed forces repelled an attempt by the militias today at the mixers and airport hubs, and resulted in loss of life and equipment.
He stressed that the army continues to defend the sovereignty of Libya and eliminate the remaining militias that have been supported by Turkey continuously for a long time.
He stressed that the Libyan people and their armed forces will not allow any Turkish soldier to be present on Libyan soil, and that Libya did not go to Turkey but rather the Turkish President who seeks to enter his country in the Libyan scene.
He stressed that the instructions are clear about any aggression on Libyan territory, and that Turkey stands to the party that the Libyan army is fighting in Tripoli, and the response will be directly to any Turkish attempts there.
The Foreign Affairs Committee of the Libyan House of Representatives condemned the statements of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan regarding sending Turkish forces to Libya.
In a statement issued today, Wednesday, the committee called on the Security Council and the Arab League to take a decisive stance so that the southern Mediterranean region does not enter a dark tunnel.
The committee considered that the memorandum of understanding between Turkey and the Saraj government "is unconstitutional and aims to seize the wealth of Libya. It is also a flagrant violation of the United Nations Charter and blatant interference in an independent country."
The committee urged "the free forces in Turkey to condemn Erdogan's statements, and to put an end to Turkish interference, which will negatively affect the relationship between the two peoples and Turkish interests in Libya."
This comes in response to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's announcement that his country is ready to send its soldiers to Libya if Tripoli requests him to do so.