the Report, which, without exaggeration, can be seen only on “Vesti on Saturday”. RTR correspondent Alexander Rogatkin made the way to where dream to get all the reporters of his caliber. But the correct caliber — only him. Thus the military the word “caliber” is not accidental. Alexander is now on the front line in Libya. What is this front line was the meeting?
“Stop the war!” — under this slogan was unprecedented in its scale rally in Benghazi on the area of Kish. It was announced the victory of the revolution over the regime of Gaddafi.
these days, Libya marks the anniversary of the uprising, which began in the capital of the Eastern province of Cyrenaica. But the victory was Pyrrhic — the country was plunged into the chaos of years of civil war.
Tens of thousands of people, tired of war and devastation, the largest Libyan cities demanding from the Western States and Turkey to leave their country alone. The flow of weapons and mercenaries from Islamic groups must be stopped.
At the rally, the tanks were inflatable, but fighters stormed Tripoli, saw a real Turkish armored vehicles in the case. To restore the Ottoman Empire here will not allow.
On the square in Benghazi on their horses came from the desert Berbers. “We are against the policy of Erdogan and that he was sowing the seeds of war in our land”, they say.
the Berber sheikhs voted for deputies of the house of representatives, the Libyan Parliament, which moved to the East of the country. They do not recognize Tripoli’s government of national consensus. Its premiere Faiza Saraga blame that for his protection he was invited to the Islamic groups and the remnants of ISIS from Syria and Iraq.
12-year-old girl Yakin, who in his life seen nothing but war, and a few years altogether spent in the occupied ISIS town, appealing to world leaders: “save my home and my country!” “I want to save my childhood”, — admitted Yakin.
If she could only hear a Norwegian girl she Tumberg, who accused adults, those deprived of her childhood. She just doesn’t know what could be the child, for example, her Libyan peers.