Guardian: US plan to divide Libya into three countries
Algadrian newspaper published a report in which the Julian Burger, from Washington, Stephanie Kircgasnr, from Rome, talking about drawing in front of a European diplomat , a US official, a map of the division of Libya into three countries.
According to the authors that a senior official in the White House, in charge of foreign policy , has proposed a plan to divide Libya, and map this in a meeting with a European diplomat. And it comes, according to the Guardian, Assistant President Donald Trump, Sebastian Gorka, who criticizes former relations extreme right in Hungary, has been proposed to divide Libya weeks before the inauguration of Trump , president of the United States. The paper quotes a source aware of the subject that the European diplomat 's response to Gorka that division is the worst conceivable solution in Libya. The authors add that Gorka is now seeking to get the post of Trump's envoy to Libya, while the White House still has not paid much attention to what is happening in the country, and did not decide whether to appoint an envoy to the president.
He describes two journalists Gorka that adopts a hard - line policies, calling for " the elimination of radical Islam" and sees the Muslim Brotherhood , a terrorist organization that seeks to infiltrate the United States.
Gorka has surprised diplomats, according to the Guardian, the division map drawn for the future of Libya, which was adopted on the old Ottoman States , which was in the country, which is delicately in the east and Tripoli in the west and Fezzan in the south. The movement of the Guardian in its expert commentary Libyan affairs, Mattia Tauldo, who says about his plan and map Gorka: "If all you know about Libya is that it was divided into three states, this is proof that you do not know anything."
The paper points out that one of the competitors for the post of Gorka Libya is Philip Askravaj, former intelligence officer, who worked in Libya for more than 10 years, and seems to be the favorite to get the post of Special Envoy.
It is believed that Askravaj submitted a proposal to resolve the crisis in Libya, depends on the tens of billions of dollars of Western support for the country 's
Wall Street Journal: Attack Sweden highlights the terrorists coming from Central Asia ,
"Wall Street Journal" newspaper , the US, said that the terrorist attack this weekend last, in Sweden, it highlights the terrorists coming from countries in central Asia, where the suspect is Uzbek , a region that has long sent many terrorists to the world.
According to the newspaper, in a report on its website Monday that the nationality of the suspect in the attack Baldehs in the Swedish capital Stockholm, which killed four people, pushing Western security officials to focus on the geopolitical source of extremists, the former Soviet states in Central Asia.
Before Friday 's attack, in which an extremist truck drove his way to run over a crowd, the extremists are nationals from Central Asia earlier attacks such as the attack on a nightclub and an airport in Turkey last year, as well as the attack on the tunnels Petersburg metro station in Russia last week.
Swedish police said the suspect, Rakhmt Okilov, who is being investigated now, he had applied for residence in Sweden in 2014, and that he was questioned last year because of signs of extremism, where he has repeatedly, on the Internet, expressed sympathy with the groups such as the terrorist organization Daesh.
The paper says that the Okilov path from the applicant to establish a person hiding away from the spotlight shows how how to detect and track down extremists who come from the region's challenge.