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Bashagha praises the role of Qatar and Turkey, and confirms the communication of the director of an externally funded channel with a hostile country.

On Tuesday, the Minister of the Interior, Fathi Bashagha , praised the stance of Turkey and Qatar; For their support in confronting Haftar’s aggression, pointing out that one of the directors of the foreign-funded channels that support the GNA got involved in a suspicious relationship with the intelligence of a country hostile to blackmail the government.

And Bashagha clarified during a press conference that one of the departments of the channels funded abroad that support the operation of the volcano of anger broadcasts its toxic agenda unlike the journalists working in it, and works to tear the social fabric and calls for strife, according to his description, explaining that the security services looked in this changing behavior.

Bashagha explained that when Haftar attacked on April 4, 2019, there was no localal media ready despite the presence of highly efficiencient people, which indicates its marginalization and the lack of any support for it.

Bashagha said that the absence of a strong local media forced them to go to the international and private and funded media to convey the message and clarify the situation, including funded channels which made a serious stance in the front lines during the aggression.

It is worth noting that the Minister of Interior Fathi Bashagha announced Tuesday, in the same conference, that his ministry will start, in cooperation with the Office of the Public Prosecutor and financial institutions, to open investigations into corruption files involving senior officials in the state.

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