Turkey easily acquired defense technology from fellow NATO members and their allies.
His remarks came in the speech of the Arab League at the 4th Brussels conference on supporting the future of Syria and the region that was held via the video conference.
In January, the tribes announced the closure of oil facilities in order to cut revenues acquired by the GNA to pay militias and Syrian mercenaries trained and brought in by Turkey.
The Chinese ambassador to Egypt expressed his country's consent to Cairo Declaration on Libya, and stressed China's support to the role of the Arab League in the crisis resolution process.
The incumbent Turkish president is no longer desired locally or internationally.
A statement by the Parliament also condemned direct military intervention in Syria and Libya.
Syrian Deputy Prime Minister Walid al-Moalam stated on June 23.
Spokesperson of the Libyan National Army Ahmed al-Mesmary declared in a press conference held on Sunday evening the closure of airspace over 200 kilometers from eastern Sirte to Hishaز
The politician added that Turkey fell in the Libyan trap, and that its forces have just been a means to drain Syria and Iraq.
The statement concluded, "Glory and eternity to martyrs. Long live Egypt. Long live Sisi."
The major-general added that there is congruence among Libyans upon the support offered by Egypt in the face of Turkey that eyes Libya's resources.
On the other hand, the Tripoli-based GNA denounced the call.
Chair of the Human Rights Committee at the House of Speakers requested that the lower chamber issues a statement in response to the violations committed against Egyptians in Libya.
Also, this state of disobedience is caused by failure to pay them their financial dues at 2,000 dollars per month.
The ministry reported 20 new infections of the novel coronavirus on Monday, bringing the country’s tally to 106 cases and four deaths.
Tripoli militias have been imposing a blockade on the town located southeastern the capital and that constitutes the LNA's main base western the country.
Warring parties had earlier pledged to commit to a ceasefire.
Engagements between the Syrian Arab Army and militants took place on Saturday at Al-Ftera and Kafr Nubl southern Idlib.
The Libyan National Army says 103 were killed in three days, while SOHR reports that the figures since the beginning of this year is 151.
Prisoners and millions of displaced people, especially those in rebel-held Idlib in the northwest, are especially vulnerable after nine years of war, they said.