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Dzhabarov: sun of Egypt can help Libya to restore the statehood

The intervention of the Egyptian army in Libyan conflict can help Libya to restore the statehood, however, should seek a political resolution of the situation, said RIA Novosti, first Deputy Chairman of the Federation Council Committee on international Affairs Vladimir Jabbarov.

The house of representatives of Libya, the Parliament in the East – allowed the Egyptian armed forces to intervene in the Libyan conflict, follows from her statement.

"Of course, the necessary political negotiations to resolve the situation. But if the Egyptian army to help Libya recover state, it will be good," - said dzhabarov.

He recalled that the Egyptian army was able to restore statehood in Egypt after the overthrow of the then head of state Mohamed Morsi and now the country is developing successfully.

"It is clear that Egypt is concerned about the destabilization of the situation in Libya," - said the Senator.

In Libya, the confrontation between the national consensus Government (NTC) Fayeza Zarraga, which controls Tripoli and areas to the West of the country, and the Libyan national army (LNA) under the command of Marshal Khalifa Haftorah, which cooperates with sitting on the East by the Parliament. The NTC supports Turkey, and LNA - Egypt.

In late June, President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi said that Egypt is ready to assist the Libyan tribes in the fight against foreign intervention, training and arming them. The President also said that any direct interference of Egypt in Libya now has the legitimacy under international law. According to him, the "red line" for the advance of troops is the city of Sirte, located about 900 kilometers from the border with Egypt, and the province Dzhufra.

Russia is making efforts to resolve the Libyan conflict. In particular, she participated in the international conference on Libya in January in Berlin, the main outcome of which was the appeal of its members to cease-fire and the obligation to refrain from intervention in the conflict, respecting an embargo on the supply of arms to the parties. The Russian Federation also supported the "Cairo initiative" of Egypt, which includes a cease-fire throughout Libya from June 8 and conditions for a political settlement.

Russia has repeatedly stated that the alternative to a peaceful solution to the conflict in Libya is not.