French analyst: war in Libya - Putin's revenge on the West

French analyst: war in Libya - Putin's revenge on the West

The West is concerned about the active influence of Russia on the military-political situation in Libya. A large article on the role of Vladimir Putin and the Russian Federation in the Libyan crisis was published by French analyst Jean-Claude Galli in Le Courrier de Russie.


Europe is to blame for what is happening


Nine years ago, an international coalition created by Washington, Paris and London, bypassing the UN, created all the conditions for complete chaos and disorganization of the once richest African state. The Libyan Jamahiriya, zealously created by Muammar Gaddafi and his associates, collapsed under the blows of the rebels and the Western coalition forces supporting them.

Gaddafi himself was killed, and Libya turned into a "new Somalia." Since then, for nine years, the civil war in the country has not stopped. As a single political space, Libya ceased to exist, and entire areas fell into the hands of terrorist and criminal groups.

Supply of clans, tribes, groups and gangs weapons continues despite the international embargo: both western and eastern countries show their disregard for UN bans, literally flooding Libya with weapons. Today, everything is shipped to Libya - from old Soviet small arms to the latest Turkish drones.

At the same time, the French author admits that the events that take place today in Libya and in the Sahel region as a whole were a direct result of European, including (and primarily) French policy on the African continent. France allowed to destabilize the Sahel, and Russia and Turkey became the most important players in Libyan politics precisely thanks to the mistakes made by Paris.

As a result, terrorists became established in Libya, Mali, and several other countries of North and West Africa, and the Sahel’s transport arteries became channels of illegal migration, drug trafficking, and human trafficking. Europe, by the way, is now paying for its actions in Libya and a huge flow of migrants coming from all over tropical Africa through this country.

The response of the Russian president


According to Jean-Claude Galli, the Russian military presence in Syria and its active participation in supporting the troops of Marshal Khalifa Haftar in Libya can be seen as a response to the West on NATO expansion in Eastern Europe.


The West loves to focus on the ties of Marshal Haftar with the Russian military

Of course, according to Galli, there is an economic calculation in the policy of the Russian side in Libya, since no one has canceled the interest in Libyan oil and gas, in its ports, but in the foreground there is still a desire to respond symmetrically to the West to actions near Russian borders. This is a kind of revenge on the part of Putin, according to a French analyst.

Recep Erdogan already sets conditions for Europe, relying on the advantages of Turkey’s geographical position: migrants from the countries of the Near and Middle East can get to the Balkans and further to Central Europe via Asia Minor. In the same way, Vladimir Putin can act if he manages to establish control over Libya (it does not matter whether Haftar or Faiz Saraj is in his hands). After all, Libya is also an important transit point for illegal migration and the flow of refugees.

However, the French publicist emphasizes that it is unlikely that Putin puts such considerations in the first place:

I bet that the head of the Russian state will experience great satisfaction, not to mention strong personal pleasure, from revenge on the Western powers, which, in his opinion, violated Russian interests in 2011, including in Libya.
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  1. marchcat 23 June 2020 19: 33 New
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    Well, who should answer the West for its lawless deeds in Africa. Receive and sign, in your own failure.
    1. cniza 23 June 2020 20: 01 New
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      My opinion is only just beginning.
      1. Hunter 2 23 June 2020 21: 38 New
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        The question is, when will it all end? Nine years of the war - and everything is just beginning ... Europe will not be able to digest so many refugees. When Gaddafi, Libya was a natural buffer for them. Well - now all roads are open.
        1. cniza 24 June 2020 08: 33 New
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          Quote: Hunter 2
          Europe will not be able to digest so many refugees. When Gaddafi, Libya was a natural buffer for them. Well - now all roads are open.


          And who initiated the overthrow of Gaddafi and the destruction of the buffer? Now let them scratch themselves one place.
        2. Mikhail3 25 June 2020 10: 14 New
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          Quote: Hunter 2
          The question is, when will it all end? Nine years of the war - and everything is just beginning ... Europe will not be able to digest so many refugees. When Gaddafi, Libya was a natural buffer for them. Well - now all roads are open.

          Never. Extensive zones of instability are urgently needed in Western civilization, for both political and economic reasons. Without such zones, a capitalist economy cannot exist at all. So the krovushka will continue to pour. By streams. Is always. Children will die in anguish and horror, peaceful people will suffer and die, country after country will collapse.
          And there is no more hope. Nothing to hope for ...
      2. Tank jacket 23 June 2020 21: 58 New
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        Victor, welcome, everything is just like God's day there ... Libya will look at Syria ... And Israel will cry ...
        1. Dr. Frankenstucker 23 June 2020 22: 38 New
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          Quote: Tank jacket
          Libya will look at Syria ...

          nonsense. Why? Syria role model?
          Quote: Tank jacket
          And Israel is crying ...

          And what does this have to do with it?
          1. Tank jacket 23 June 2020 22: 56 New
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            wassat wassat wassat wassat wassat lol Paraparapam ...
            1. Dr. Frankenstucker 23 June 2020 23: 11 New
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              so what about the answers?
              1. Tank jacket 23 June 2020 23: 17 New
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                Syria is an example of overcoming the crisis? Israel bombed Syria? How many times? When? Has Israel supplied ISIS with medicines / ammunition? Supported White Helmets?
                1. Dr. Frankenstucker 23 June 2020 23: 22 New
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                  Quote: Tank jacket
                  Syria is an example of overcoming the crisis?

                  not. Not for Libya anyway.
                  Quote: Tank jacket
                  Israel bombed Syria?

                  So what? And the territory of the Arabs pressed. And drove a sawn-off shotgun through the tinsels. What does Libya have to do with it, and why should Jews cry? Do you know that they have no border with Libya?
                  1. Tank jacket 23 June 2020 23: 39 New
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                    Why is Syria not an example of overcoming the crisis? Israel supplied medicines / ammunition ISIS prohibited in the Russian Federation? ISIS is in Libya? Will Israel remain a handshake in this case? Will Israel become an outcast among states? What are some interesting questions ...
          2. Alexey RA 25 June 2020 16: 48 New
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            Quote: Dr. Frankenstucker
            And what does this have to do with it?

            Well, you remember the classics ...
            - See! - Henry exclaims bitterly, turning to Riesenfeld. - That's why we lost the war! Our lax intelligentsia and the Jews are to blame for everything.
            “And cyclists,” adds Riesenfeld.
            - What does the cyclists have to do with it? - in turn, Henry is surprised.
            - And what have the Jews?
            © Remarque
            And generally speaking:
            ... since the Jews are guilty of everything,
            And what they are not guilty of - all the more.
            © Huberman
            1. Dr. Frankenstucker 26 June 2020 08: 22 New
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              Special thanks to Remarque and the aphoristic Huberman)
              I, sinfully, thought that a friend was confusing Lebanon with Libya) Well, at least not with Liberia, and that’s good.
        2. cniza 24 June 2020 08: 34 New
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          Quote: Tank jacket
          Victor, welcome, everything is just like God's day there ... Libya will look at Syria ... And Israel will cry ...



          I’m not at all afraid, and I repeat, everything is just beginning ...
    2. halpat 24 June 2020 13: 17 New
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      We also forgot about the riots in the United States. Revenge too.
      And what’s not revenge is Putin’s cunning plan.
  2. Poetry 23 June 2020 19: 41 New
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    "He stole and dumped a taxi driver, radish!" France has tried harder to gouge Libya than anyone else, now this unfortunate analyst appears, a brain paralytic who says: something is wrong here, guys. What a subtle thought.
    Analyst named Jean-Claude,
    I croaked something from the swamps.
    1. cniza 23 June 2020 20: 01 New
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      There, Sarkozy tried to cover his tracks ...
      1. Poetry 23 June 2020 20: 06 New
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        I remember. He took the loot for the election campaign, and then he looted the benefactor.
        1. cniza 23 June 2020 20: 09 New
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          Well, yes, I thought all ends in the water, but it still comes around.
          1. Poetry 23 June 2020 20: 12 New
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            Already comes around. Whoever sows the wind is reaping the storm.
            1. cniza 23 June 2020 21: 00 New
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              There they won’t get rid of one storm, the question is at least in gas fields and the struggle will be ...
  3. codetalker 23 June 2020 19: 41 New
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    And here Putin is to blame?)
  4. Mavrikiy 23 June 2020 19: 49 New
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    Of course, according to Galli, there is an economic calculation in the policy of the Russian side in Libya, since no one has canceled the interest in Libyan oil and gas, in its ports, but in the foreground there is still a desire to respond symmetrically to the West to actions near Russian borders.
    fool My dear, we have not yet begun to respond symmetrically to the West, I have found an answer for 1000 miles. We will return Alsace and Lorraine to Germany, then you jump. And we will turn Gdansk to Danzig, well, there, on trifles. Then later, live in peace and harmony, and we will see "whose Crimea". repeat
    1. cniza 23 June 2020 20: 00 New
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      Eh, they do not understand all the dealings ...
    2. Zvonarev 25 June 2020 11: 25 New
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      We will not return and will not turn it over, it is a “review of the results of the Second World War”, a completely criminal offense. But to transfer to someone else or to provide self-determination is another question.
  5. knn54 23 June 2020 19: 52 New
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    Soon France will receive Notre Dame Mosque. And without Putin.
    1. cniza 23 June 2020 19: 59 New
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      Looks like the whole of Europe ...
    2. Russian Bear_2 26 June 2020 13: 37 New
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      Yes figs with them. Let everyone accept Islam together.
  6. cniza 23 June 2020 19: 58 New
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    I bet that the head of the Russian state will experience great satisfaction, not to mention strong personal pleasure, from revenge on the Western powers, which, in his opinion, violated Russian interests in 2011, including in Libya.


    Something is in it, it turns out that Putin uses Erdogan blindly ...
    1. Poetry 23 June 2020 20: 10 New
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      Kapets he thought.
  7. vavilon 23 June 2020 19: 59 New
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    We have not yet learned or cannot give a complete answer to the West, and this can only be called "zilch"
    1. Mitroha 23 June 2020 20: 35 New
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      Well, so you grow, develop there, you look and begin to give answers and cease to zip. AND
      Russia has something to do inside the country so far, for tons of affairs.
  8. Junior Private 23 June 2020 20: 52 New
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    Another nonsense from the next journalist. But even though Putin didn’t personally bomb Libya - thanks for that. And if democracies bomb, and all the more humanitarian-carpet way, then this is not considered bombing. And Gaddafi himself is to blame - not only was he planning to say a new weighty word in the currency regulation of the continent, he also dared to build a Jamahiriya with such a social system that not only the Gulf monarchies began to look askance at him, but even the countries of enlightened democracies, seeing in this variety Communism is a bad role model.
    Does the Frenchman still itch on the drug bill? - So even before the Libyan events, the Afro-French are on the new Afro-French land and quite openly trade in substances - yes, in the same Marseilles. Refugees? - any manager from the mayor’s level and above should have deducted in the textbook on sociology that only a small percentage of those who came to assimilate assimilated, the rest are grouped in chinatowns and continue to live according to their cultural traditions - so that the hands of European politicians are visible to this previously thought-out scam, not Putin. Putin has not even begun to take revenge, and the worst is yet to come for France.
  9. demo 23 June 2020 22: 05 New
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    Nonsense of pure water.
    The warring parties in Libya are looking for (and find) those who could support them.
    Situational allies, such as: Iran-Russia-Turkey in Syria, Egypt-Russia in Libya cannot be considered strategic, though tactical partners.
    It’s just that the cards of interest lay down.
    No more.
    And the failure of all Western policy in Libya, the purpose of which was prosaic and mercantile, was to destroy a strong state and its strong leader, as a destabilizing factor of universal worship of the "golden billion".
    But now, with all the heaps of problems that have surfaced (refugees, the escalation of the military conflict, the pulling of NATO allies from different sides of the "barricades" into this conflict, and no one knows much more.
    Although the French know, this is Russia and Putin is to blame.
    No one saw our Foreign Minister S. Lavrov?
    I want to consult with him what to call these scribblers.
  10. parusnik 24 June 2020 07: 28 New
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    The war is easy to start, hard to end ...
  11. 1536 24 June 2020 07: 48 New
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    But who needs this, for example, France, to take revenge on her? A lot of honor, gentlemen! Or what are you called there now, comrades? "But there is God's court, the confidants of debauchery! There is a terrible court: he is waiting; He is inaccessible to the ring of gold, And he knows thoughts and deeds in advance. Then in vain you will resort to slander." And for the French, this is only the beginning.
    1. Selevc 24 June 2020 09: 48 New
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      French analyst: war in Libya - Putin's revenge on the West
      And what is there to think especially ??? - Europeans blame everything on Putin ...
      In fact, the first bombs on Syria back in 2011 were dropped by the French !!! And now the arrows have moved - it's like we are not !!! Allegedly fighting terrorism, modern France has spawned the largest nest of terrorism in northern Africa - and the French will come back to it !!!
      Yes, Macron is not a pawn - it is a piece in the hands of the USA - !!! The United States moves Macron and for one, France on the world map as they want !!!

      A pun in the subject - Why does independent France behave so dependently in international politics ???
  12. iouris 24 June 2020 15: 00 New
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    To be precise, this is Medvedev's revenge (it was Dmitry Anatolyevich who was the president of the Russian Federation during the intervention of the West).
  13. Vladimir Kolmychenko 25 June 2020 06: 41 New
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    Putin V.V. never takes revenge on anyone but acts strictly in the interests of our Great Russia, the time will come and she will be called as before the Russian Empire in the good sense of the word.
    1. iouris 26 June 2020 13: 56 New
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      And what is an "empire"? “An empire in the good sense of the word” is an empire on the contrary, in which the development of backward regions and peoples occurs at the expense of a system-forming center. Name at least two such examples.
  14. vavilon 25 June 2020 23: 56 New
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    Whose cow would moo, but not French
  15. Molot1979 30 June 2020 15: 23 New
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    It’s sooooo interesting. Weapons are delivered to Haftaru from the UAE, Egypt is preparing to fight on its side, but all this, for some reason, is Putin’s revenge. It’s interesting if they, in their West, poison themselves with mold cheese and sit in need for seven hours — will this also be Putin’s personal revenge? Apparently, the GDP has become the god of not only Svidomo, but also their protectors. They would need a psychiatrist with this disaster, but this is bad luck: medicine in Europe is so expensive that even the elite are not able to pay for their treatment from obsessions.