UAE condemns Turkey's decision to send troops to Libya

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has condemned the decision by Turkey to send military forces to Libya.
In a statement released by Emirates News Agency (WAM), the UAE said that this is a stark violation of the international community’s and UN Security Council’s resolutions on Libya.

The UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation said the decision could “hamper efforts to regain stability in this Arab country”.
Likewise, it also warned of the repercussions of any Turkish military intervention in Libya and reiterated its rejection of any false pretexts used by Turkey.
“Such intervention will constitute a clear threat to Arab national security and will negatively impact stability in the Mediterranean,” the Ministry said.
The Ministry also underlined the dangerous role played by Turkey through its deployment of terrorist elements in Libya, which shows the pressing need to support efforts to revive the stability of the Libyan state against Turkish-backed armed groups and militias.
The Ministry has called upon the international community to shoulder its responsibilities to counter this Turkish advance, which represents a regional escalation with a serious impact on efforts to achieve a comprehensive solution through the international track of the Berlin Process.

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