French, Turkish NATO partners’ Libyan oil conflict


This 2019 video is called France and Italy on Different Sides of Libya’s Civil War.

There is a proxy war in Libya between French President Macron and French Total oil on one side, and the Italian government and Italian Eni oil on the other side.

In which Macron supports warlord Haftar; and the Italian government the jihadist-supported government in Tripoli.

The Turkish Erdogan regime, a NATO ‘partner’ like Italy and France, supports the Tripoli government as well.

From daily The Morning Star in Britain today:

Nato probe into stand-off in Libyan waters

NATO has opened investigations into a stand-off between French and Turkish ships off the coast of Libya with Ankara accused of continuing to breach a United Nations arms embargo.

Secretary-general Jens Stoltenberg said Nato would look into claims that the Turkish navy ignored French calls for an inspection earlier this month.

Paris has consistently accused Ankara of shipping arms to Libya and wanted to check the ship’s consignment as it was behaving suspiciously, turning off its transponder and failing to give its final destination.

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