Salamé’s failure came because he caved in to pressure of countries supporting Muslim Brotherhood, MP Geroushi said

The Libyan Address Journal

House of Representatives member, Tarek Geroushi, said that the failure of the UN envoy to Libya, Ghassan Salamé, was because “he caved in to the pressure of the countries supporting the Libyan Muslim Brotherhood, especially Turkey, Qatar, and the UK.”

Geroushi, who is also a member of the House of Representatives Defense and National Security Committee, added in a press statement that “when Salamé visited Benghazi recently, he told us frankly: You do not see the matter correctly, there are behind the scenes states of pressuring and  they have interests and there are no political equations, there are only intersecting interests, there is too much pressure on us.”


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