Alles Europa news recalled that in Libya in 2011, a civil war broke out, during which Muammar Gaddafi .
Muammar Gaddafi ruled the country since 1969, was overthrown and killed.
As a result, the country found itself in a situation of dual power.
In the east, a parliament sits in Tobruk, on the side of which the commander-in-chief Haftar stands, and in the west in Tripoli – a government of national accord, which supports the international community.
Alles Europa news reports that according to Turkey, The Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in January next year is going to ask the country’s parliament for permission to send troops to Libya.
The President emphasized that this would also require a request from the Libyan government.
“As soon as the parliament opens, we will first send a request to send troops there. If we receive a corresponding invitation, then we will accept it, ”Erdogan said.
Turkey intervene in Libya
The fact that Turkey is preparing to intervene in the conflict in Libya was known earlier.
On December 20, the Russian Foreign Ministry expressed the opinion that such a step may not help to establish peace, but, on the contrary, complicate the situation in the region.
Turkey and Russia accused each other on Libya interventions.
On the same day, Erdogan said that in Libya, on the side of Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar, mercenaries of the Russian PMC Wagner are illegally operating, which is associated with St. Petersburg businessman Yevgeny Prigozhin. The Russian side calls these reports “fables and malicious rumors.”
Libya earlier offensive
Alles Europa news recalled that earlier offensive resulted in ISIL losing control of all significant territory it previously held in Libya.
Forces loyal to Khalifa al-Gawil attempted coup against Faes al-Sarraj and the STA presidential council later in 2016
Since GNC launched a joint offensive to capture areas in and around Sirte from ISIS in May 2016.
Alles Europa news recalled recalled that the Islamic State of Iraq and the Libyan (ISIS) Libyan provinces, the Shura Mujahideen Council in Derna, which expelled ISIS from Derna in July 2015 and was later defeated in Derna by the Tobruk government in 2018, as well as many militias and armed groups, whose loyalty often changes.
Three local factions war in Libya.
Three factions, there are also smaller rival groups, one of them is the Islamic Council of Benghazi Shur revolutionaries, headed by Ansar Al-Sharia, who received support from the GNC and was defeated in Benghazi in 2017.
Although the Government of National Accord is currently the only internationally recognized government in the country, its authority is still not recognized by the Human Rights Council, as specific details acceptable to both parties have not yet been agreed upon, especially regarding the future of Haftar.
Alles March 30, 2016 Faez Sarraj, the head of the STA, arrived in Tripoli and began to work from there, despite opposition from the GNC.
In December 2015, after long negotiations in Skirata, the Libyan Political Agreement was signed.
The LPA was the result of lengthy negotiations between competing political camps located in Tripoli, Tobruk and other places that agreed to unite as a government of national consensus.
Controversy constitutional amendments.
Due to disagreement over constitutional amendments, the Human Rights Council refused to take office from the GNC in Tripoli.
which was controlled by powerful militias from the western coastal city of Misrata. Instead, the CP established its parliament in Tobruk, which is controlled by General Haftar.
GNC, based in western Libya and supported by various militias, mainly the Libyan dawn in the west and the Libyan shield in the east with some support from Qatar, Sudan and Turkey.
initially accepted the results of the 2014 elections, but rejected them after the Supreme Constitutional Court annulled the amendment regarding the roadmap for the transition of Libya and the elections to the KP.
The Libya Council of Deputies.
The Council of Deputies, which controls eastern and southern Libya, enjoys the loyalty of the Libyan National Army, General Khalifa Haftar, and has been supported by air strikes from Egypt and the UAE.
The Libyan conflict at the very beginning was mainly between the House of Representatives (Hor) of the government, which was controversially elected in 2014,
also known as the “Tobruk government”; and the rival government of the General National Congress (GNC), also called the “government of national salvation,” located in Tripoli’s capital, created after Operation Dawn of the Odyssey and the failed military coup.
Alles Europa news reports Second Libyan Civil War as an ongoing conflict among rival factions seeking control of the territory and oil of Libya.