Libyan Embassy in Damascus Reopened

3 March، 2020 Damascus, SANA The Libyan Embassy in Damascus was reopened on Tuesday, signaling the return of diplomatic representation between the two brotherly countries. The reopening ceremony was attended by a Libyan delegation headed by Deputy Prime Minister Abdul-Rahman al-Ahiresh and Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Minister Abdul-Hadi al-Hawaij. In a statement during the…

Syria, Libya Discuss Reactivating Bilateral Relations

1 March، 2020 Damascus, SANA Deputy Prime Minister, Foreign and Expatriates Minister Walid al-Moallem on Sunday received an official Libyan delegation co-chaired by Deputy Prime Minister Abdul-Rahman al-Ahiresh and Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Minister at the Libyan Government, Abdul-Hadi al-Hawaij. Talks during the meeting dealt with the bilateral relations between the two countries and…

Turkey Raises Stakes in Syria, Libya and Puts Relations With Russia to Test

Ekaterina Blinova Although the Russian and Turkish militaries resumed patrolling operations in northern Syria on 17 February, Moscow and Ankara remain dissatisfied with the developments on the ground. Middle East experts Ghassan Kadi and Christopher Assad have explained Turkey’s two-front strategy in Syria and Libya which has put Russo-Turkish relations to the test. In the…

“NATO Go Home!”

Thierry Meyssan Arrival at the Atlantic Council of the Supreme Commander of the United States Forces for Europe and Supreme Commander of the North Atlantic Alliance, General Tod D. Wolters (Brussels, February 12, 2020). President Trump will spend the last year of his first term in office bringing the Boys home. All U.S. troops stationed…

Syrian Mercenaries Lured to Fight for Turkey in Libya

The Address | Benghazi – Libya Adnan, a military leader in a Syrian opposition faction, presented himself at the Turkish border at Kilis on Jan. 10, accompanied by 30 of his men. They were transferred overnight to Gaziantep airport, where they boarded a Turkish commercial aircraft. “There were even stewards and meal trays,” said Adnan,…

The Scandal of Turkish-backed Syrian Mercenaries in Tripoli Exposed

Lindsey Snell, an investigative journalist specializing in conflict and humanitarian crises, produced an investigative report on the Turkish-backed Syrian mercenary terrorists who are being dispatched to Libya to join armed groups and forces aligned with the Presidential Council of the Government of National Accord (GNA). The Investigative Journal’s report serves as an important corrective to…

Libya and Syria: Erdogan’s Dual, Contradictory Positions

Hardly a day passes without official statements being issued by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, his foreign minister, his defense minister or one of his advisers, in one direction, which is that the decision to intervene in Libya stems from the fact that the Fayez al-Sarraj government is internationally recognized and represented at the United…

On Erdogan’s Order, Large Groups of Terrorists Will be Sent from Syria to Libya

Political analyst and professor of political sociology, Akram al-Shali, said that the liberation of the strategic Jarjanaz town in Idlib’s south-eastern countryside after expelling terrorists from it and destroying their dens, is “a great and strategic victory” that will pave the way for the Syrian Arab Army and allied forces to advance towards Marat al-Numan,…