GNA political adviser presents a grim assessment of the international role in Libya

The Address | Benghazi – Libya

TRIPOLI – The Special Political Adviser to the Head of the Presidential Council of the Tripoli-based Government of National Accord (GNA), Tahir al-Sunni, presented on Tuesday a bleak assessment of the international role in Libya, saying that it did not complete its task regarding collecting weapons and building institutions.

“We disagreed, and under the pretext of “protecting civilians”, the Security Council intervened in 2011, and each intervend for its own purposes, so the State collapsed, and the Security Council did not complete its task to collect the weapons, build the institutions that it destroyed, and curb the chaos in which it contributed,” al-Sunni tweeted.

“The International Community intervened again resulting in a political agreement in 2015. It did not fulfill its promises once again to end the negative interventions and futile competition, to unite the divided and hold tackler accountable,” the Advisor added.

“The aim was only to fight terrorism and accumulate migrants in our country. The Libyans made the same mistake twice. We do not have to wait for the third,” He said.

al-Sunni called on the Libyans, saying: “Let us end the conflict and coexist, no matter how different our affiliations were, for the sake of Libya.”


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