The Egyptian Congress Party called for the trial of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan before the International Criminal Court, to stop the latter's crimes in Libya.
The Egyptian Congress Party aims, from its call, to save Libya from Erdogan's ambitions and attempts to seize it on Libyan oil, and at the same time be a lesson to the regimes that finance, encourage, arm, and harbor terrorism and terrorists on its soil.
He appealed to MP Ahmed Helmy El-Sherif, head of the Parliamentary Committee of the Egyptian Congress Party, in a statement that Al-Ein Al-Akhbar obtained a copy of it from all the legitimate political forces inside Libya by standing one row behind its legitimate institutions and behind the Libyan National Army; To counter the Turkish invasion, Erdogan's attempts to rob Libyan oil, and the capabilities and wealth of the people.
The Chairman of the Parliamentary Committee of the Congress party warned that "the Turkish President's dreams to revive the terrorist Brotherhood, and the state of the guide and the caliphate require a decisive stand by the international community in all its countries, its organizations, especially the United Nations and the Security Council, to compel all terrorists, ISIS and mercenaries to withdraw immediately from inside Libyan territory."
Al-Sharif called on the international community and legitimate political forces inside Libya to implement all the provisions of the Cairo Declaration, which includes a comprehensive initiative to resolve the crisis on the ground. It was issued after President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi’s recent meeting with Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar, leader of the Libyan National Army, and Counselor Aqila Saleh, Speaker of the Libyan Parliament.
He expressed his confidence in the victory of the descendants of the late great fighter, Omar Al-Mukhtar, for the supreme interests of the Libyan state to preserve the unity, independence and integrity of the Libyan lands, and to make the Libyan lands a graveyard for all the invaders, terrorists, ISIS and mercenaries sent by the Erdogan regime.
The Cairo Declaration, which includes a comprehensive initiative announced by the Egyptian President last Saturday to end the armed conflict in Libya, met with wide international and Arab welcome, especially as it affirmed the unity and integrity of Libyan lands and their independence, respect for all international efforts and initiatives, Security Council resolutions and the commitment of all parties to a ceasefire as of June 8. This June.
The initiative was based on the outputs of the Berlin conference, which resulted in a comprehensive political solution that includes clear implementation steps (political, security and economic tracks), respect for human rights and investment of the agreements that emerged from the leaderships of the countries concerned with the Libyan crisis.
For months, Turkey has provided unlimited military support to the Al-Wefaq government militia, moving arms and mercenaries to Tripoli, in clear violation of the 2011 UN resolution banning the export of arms to Libya.
And the Conference party was invited to try Erdoانan internationally, the movements of other Egyptian parties to condemn the Turkish military intervention in Libya and support and support the Cairo Declaration.
The head of the parliamentary body of the Free Egyptians Party, Ayman Abul-Ela, called on civil society forces, parties and unions to announce support for the political leadership in its actions regarding developments in events in Libya and the Renaissance Dam.
"El-Ela" said that the Egyptian state is facing serious threats affecting its national security, which requires showing the unity of the class and the cohesion of the internal front and its support for the political leadership.
The head of the Parliamentary Committee of the Free Egyptians Party pointed out that foreign interference in Libya is criminalized by the provisions of international law and the charters of the United Nations and stressed that the Egyptian people cannot accept tampering with the security of the region by bringing in terrorist militias and employing them in the Libyan conflict.
Abul-Ela affirmed that Egypt's historical responsibility led it to issue the Cairo Declaration, which calls for a ceasefire and the resumption of the political process in Libya, stressing that Libya's security is part of Egypt's security.
The Al-Wafd Party, headed by Chancellor Bahaa Al-Din Abu Apartment, entered the line rejecting Urudgan's interference in Libya. The party held a meeting two days ago to discuss the current events in Libya and the ongoing negotiations over the Renaissance Dam in Ethiopia.
The meeting ended with the issuance of a statement that the delegation was the head and all the party’s institutions to stand on the heart of one man, to support and support President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi in taking what he sees regarding what is happening in Libya and the Renaissance Dam.
The statement stressed that Egypt was and is still facing the fiercest wars, which is the fourth generation war, with its weapons of sedition, conspiracies and agents at home and abroad, proxy war, rumors war, economic war and social media.
The meeting unanimously ended with sending a telegram of support to President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, President of the Republic, and the telegram included the party's confidence in the president's courageous national positions before June 30 and during June 30 and beyond until now.
A statement by the party stressed that the delegation will not allow any threat to Egypt's security, whether at the border or inside.