Libyan experts and politicians have confirmed that the defeat of terrorism in the country remains subject to the drying up of its sources in Qatar and Turkey, warning that the two countries are hosting leaders of terrorist groups and allowing them to be transferred to Libya via airliners funded by the two countries and also involved in arms smuggling to southern Libya to support terrorists stationed in western Libyan cities.
"The entry of militias supported by the two countries is aimed at continuing to destabilize Libya's security and stability in order to plunder more of its oil wealth and other natural resources," said Adel al-Faidi, a Libyan expert in political affairs.
In a press statement, Al-Faidi stressed that the Libyan National Army should intervene in the capital, Tripoli, as soon as possible, pointing out that the armed militias have sabotaged the country for 7 years.
In the same context, Libyan political researcher Hatem Al Kalim said that the UN mission in Libya, headed by Ghassan Salama, should pressure the militias; to dismantle themselves and hand over their weapons to state institutions.
Al Kalim stressed the need for state institutions capable of building a military and security institution in Tripoli, and the importance of appointing a new defense minister with a military and national background and with no ideology to lead the Libyan army.