After the death of the two Italian hostages at the hands of terrorists, the hypothesis of a military intervention led by Italy in Libya has returned.
“We talked about an intervention, but, after the US and NATO pressures and the information now confirming the role of Turkey, the conditions for a military intervention led by Italy is problematic, “says Roberto Fiore, national secretary of Forza Nuova
” Turkey, no longer a secret to anyone, finances and does business with Isis. Only freeing herself from similar ambiguous partners can an intervention be conceivable. If not, and considering also the disturbing presence of Erdogan’s son in Bologna, who could ensure our soldiers from the collaboration of the Turks with what should be a common enemy? And ‘guarantee that the management of the Italian’ intervention is safeguarded – concludes Fiore.
The Turkish presence in the coalition would not guarantee that at all. “