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The authorities of the East of Libya, explained why the tribes asked for help from Cairo

The tribes of Libya asked Egypt to intervene in the situation in the country due to the lack of choice on Turkey, said to RIA Novosti, the Ambassador of the Libyan Parliament in the East of the country in EU, UK, USA and African Union Aref Ali Nayed.

On Monday, the deputies of the Egyptian Parliament has unanimously approved sending the military potential of the country to perform combat missions outside Egypt in the West. According to the Egyptian Constitution, the President can declare war or to send Egyptian troops to perform combat missions outside the country after obtaining the consent of Parliament.

Nayed, who also holds the post of adviser to the Prime Minister of Libya's national security, noted that the national consensus Government (NTC) of Libya and the state Council, "led "by the Muslim brotherhood"* took "arrogant" in rejecting the "Cairo initiative" by the decision of the Libyan crisis, which ultimately can lead to very dangerous situations. Naiad reported that contact with the tribes of Libya, as well as negotiating through a variety of channels, speaking for the peaceful resolution of the conflict.

"The probability of a large-scale conflict between Egypt and Turkey in Libya – not a trifle, and it is quite real", - said Nayed. He noted that the tribes of Libya asked the help of Egypt, because they want peace, not war.

According to the diplomat, Turkey is present in Libya illegally, as have not received the sanction of Parliament, and transported to Libya almost 16 thousand fighters. According to him, from the speeches of the Minister of defence of Turkey, it follows that Ankara has established the "total hegemony" over Libya and its resources.

He noted that the Libyan Parliament and various representatives of the Libyan people to unite in seeking the help of Egypt. "This is very dangerous, but arrogant Turkish aggression have left us no choice," said Nayed.

Operating in the East of Libya Parliament - House of representatives – on the night of July 14 to allow Egyptian armed forces to intervene in the Libyan conflict. In late June, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi said that his country is ready to help the Libyan tribes in the fight against foreign intervention, training and arming them. He also noted that any direct interference of Egypt in Libya now legitimate under international law. According to al-Sisi, a "red line" to promote a supportive national consensus Government troops is the city of Sirte, located about 900 kilometers from the border with Egypt, and the province Dzhufra.

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

* Banned in Russia as a terrorist organization.