Paris is planning a probable military intervention in Libya to Fight Islamic State group (IS) and will work on forming military coalition in case the political agreement failed, a report uncovered.
According to the French Newspaper, Le Figaro, France sees no option but intervention in Libya to eliminate the IS group. “Intervention will be within no more than 6 months” the report added.
The report asserted that French airstrikes in the Libyan air confirms IS proliferation starting from Sirte to sites of oil fields and smuggling points on the southern borders. The report noted to terrorists reaching Libya from Iraq, Yemen, Syria and Sudan.
Le Figaro added on Tuesday that France will resume efforts to form a military coalition in case that the Libyan political agreement failed.
The report pointed out that France supported the efforts of the United Nations’ envoy; Martin Kobler, to achieve reconciliation between Libyan rivals in order to form the Government of National Accord that will fight IS using support from the international community.
Britain also welcomed signing the Libyan political agreement, while expressing readiness to send troops to Tripoli to fight IS.
The newspaper uncovered that the British forces will train the forces of the new government and to target IS sites.
France held reconnaissance flights over Libya after the terrorist attacks on Paris in November, it announced.