Al-Sarraj asks five countries to put security agreements to effect to repel Tripoli offensive

The Head of the Libyan Presidential Council, Fayez Al-Sarraj, sent Thursday five letters to the United States, United Kingdom, Italy, Algeria and Turkey, calling on them to activate security agreements and to start working as per their regulations.

In the letters, Al-Sarraj called on the five countries to assist the Government of National Accord (GNA) in foiling the offensive, which is led by outlaw armed groups, against Tripoli.

“We aim to have proper cooperation in fighting terrorist organizations, especially ISIS and Al-Qaeda, which have been more active since the aggression on Tripoli started.” Al-Sarraj said in his letters.

He also urged the countries to double up cooperation with the GNA in anti-illegal-immigration efforts, fighting organized crime and human trafficking.


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