LNA sends letter to Washington calling for international intervention in Libya

The Libyan National Army has called on the United States to intervene and enforce control over land and sea ports in Libya to prevent Ankara from sending Syrian weapons and mercenaries to the Government of National Accord.

Sources revealed to Al-Arabia TV that the LNA delivered to Washington a message that included a series of demands, including its refusal to engage in dialogue with Turkey in any future negotiations, stressing that the army leadership is committed to withdrawing mercenaries and militias, while the General Command of the Libyan National Army has not yet issued a specific statement.

Meanwhile, Washington had earlier confirmed its rejection of all kinds of foreign military interventions, and its full support for the UN-facilitated dialogue to reach a peaceful and negotiated solution to the Libyan crisis, starting with calming the situation around Sirte and Jufra.

This comes at a time when the Chargé d’Affairs Joshua Harris visited the city of Benghazi and met MPs and leaders in the Libyan National Army to find a final formula for a permanent ceasefire and a road map for the withdrawal of all foreign and mercenary forces.


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