Skip to comments.Libya conflict: Turkey and Russia call for ceasefire
Posted on 01/08/2020 12:02:21 PM PST by RomanSoldier19
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin have called for a ceasefire to end the conflict in Libya.
The two leaders are seen to back rival sides in a conflict being fought in an increasing number of states.
After talks in Istanbul, Mr Erdogan and Mr Putin said the ceasefire should come into force at midnight on Sunday.
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LOL - It already happened without the need for Turkish or Russian calls for ceasefire.
What are they fighting over? Didn’t Hillary take everything?
In the map below, most of the blue (GNA) areas are just empty desert. The capture of Sirte shows that the anti-jihadis (LNA) are advancing along the coast (where most of the people live), toward the Capital, which they are already in encircling from the South. The main attack into the Capital probably needs the coast road for supply from Egypt (which supports the anti-jihadi LNA rebels).
If the anti-jihadi rebels clear the coast road to the suburbs of Tripoli (capture Misrata), then the jihadi-supporting Government will be down to their last stand in the Capital.
The Turks want to break the momentum, and gain time to build the jihadis back up with ammo, weapons and reinforcements from Syria (which is why Russia likes it - shipping jihadis out of Syria).
What are they fighting over?
More fallout from the Kenyanesian Usurpation.
Very bad things happen when the Constitution is violated.
The worst part is that the Kenyan from Indonesia had support from McCain, Graham, and Rubio for this illegal regime change that went awry and then McCain and Rubio were re-elected and many here want to re-elect Grahamnesty so he can have a FOURTH try to give away our country.
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