Legal action underway against Erdogan and Al-Sarraj’s crimes in Libya

A number of human rights activists and political activists from Libya and Syria are preparing documents of what they described as “the crimes of Turkish President Recep Erdogan and the Head of the Government of National Accord Fayez Al-Sarraj in Libya” to get them prosecuted at the International Criminal Court.

The documents includ violations by Erdogan and his regime in Syria of recruiting mercenaries and terrorists, kidnapping of Syrian children and blackmailing their families, in addition to what human rights activists described as his participation with Al-Sarraj in crimes against Libyans by providing GNA with militias and contact with terrorist organizations to secure mercenaries who are brought from Syria to Libya to fight the Libyan National Army.

Turkish interference in Libya faces condemnation internally and externally, especially after Ankara sent hundreds of Syrian mercenaries to the fighting axes in Tripoli to support the GNA and block the progress of the Libyan National Army.

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