On Sunday, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi informed the Egyptian army of plans to secure the country’s western depth of the border with Libya, during a meeting with a number of leaders of the armed forces.

Al-Sisi met with the Director of the Signal Weapon in the Egyptian Armed Forces, Tariq Al-Zahir, the Chairman of the Satellite Committee, Mohamed Al-Bashari, the Chairman of the Military Mobile Committee, Amr Farouk, and the Chief of Staff of the Signal Weapon for Systems and Networks Muhammad Saeed Musaad and a number of state officials, reported by The Eastern Herald.

According to a statement issued by the Office of the Presidency of the Republic of Egypt, President al-Sisi discussed the developments and the conditions of the border outlets and secured them completely, in cooperation and coordination with the competent government agencies using the technology of modern mobile and visual communication systems and the Egyptian satellite “Tiba 1”.

Al-Sisi had warned that the forces loyal to the Turkish-backed Tripoli government would push the east to lead his country to direct intervention in Libya, as Cairo’s ally in eastern Libya succeeded Haftar when he tried to expand west and seize the capital, Tripoli, which is controlled by an anti-government and his allies and recognized By the United Nations.

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Dilnaz Shaikh
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