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Activists respond to Al-Manqoush’s comments: It is not within the government’s jurisdiction to reconsider agreements.

A week and a half ago, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Interim Government, Najla Al-Manqoush, called for the Turkish forces to leave Libya, as if the Turkish forces were mercenaries, and not forces that came according to a legitimate agreement from a legitimate government.

Al-Manqoush was attacked, which made her deny what she said, but soon that claim was renewed in a press conference that brought her with her Turkish counterpart, “Çavuşoğlu” from the center of the capital, Tripoli, disregarding that the agreement that brought her, prevents her, in particular, and her government in general from dealing and deciding on any agreement concluded by Libya with any country .. so what is Al Manqoush doing?

Demand, denial, and repetition

The Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Interim Government, Najla Al-Manqoush, renewed her demand for the exit of the Turkish forces from Libya during her joint press conference with her Turkish counterpart “Çavuşoğlu” in the capital, Tripoli. Earlier, Al-Manqoush called for the exit of the Turkish forces from Libya, equating between the forces that came in a legitimate agreement with a legitimate government with Mercenaries brought in by an illegal coup leaders.

Al-Manqoush said – during a session with the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Italian Parliament, in the “Monte Chittorio” Palace in Rome – that for them the matter is a matter of priority; Because security depends on the withdrawal of foreign forces.

But after Al-Manqoush was attacked by several parties, she denied her statement, saying: What the media reported about her speech was not correct, in reference to what was reported by the Italian agency Aki, which published a statement by the ministry confirming her determination for Turkey to leave Libya.

Non-negotiable

Civil activist Mosaddegh Hebbara commented on Al-Manqoush’s request again for the exit of the Turkish forces from Libya, that the Libyan-Turkish alliance is not negotiable until the last coup leaders exits Libya.

Habara said – on his official page – that the day when Haftar and the the coups end and the danger of the UAE and the intervention of El Sisi, the Jordanian, the French, the Saudi and the Russian ends, then we will all demand the exit of all Turkish military expertise and the end of any non-Libyan security presence in Tripoli.

And the activist added that – “No one is stung twice from the same hole, and we will defend our legitimate alliances to ensure our lives and the lives of our people, whatever the cost”, he said.

Envoy of France

For his part, political activist Ali Fidan asks whether the Foreign Minister of the Interim Government, Najla Al-Manqoush, is France’s envoy to North Africa?

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