This morning, "Al-Ain News" quoted three of the most prominent European experts on Libya that Turkey does not have any opportunity to resolve the conflict in Libya in its favor, adding that France stands on the right side, and the European Union is required to support the national army in the oil-rich country.\r\n\r\nThe experts are Wolfgang\u00a0Pusztai is a security & policy analyst. He is the\u00a0Chairman\u00a0of theAdvisory Board,\u00a0National Council\u00a0on\u00a0U.S.-Libya Relations, Andres Dettmann, German expert on Libyan affairs and G\u00fcnter Meyer, chairman of the\u00a0World\u00a0Congress for Middle Eastern\u00a0Studies\u00a0(WOCMES) and\u00a0director of the Center\u00a0for\u00a0Research\u00a0on the\u00a0Arab World\u00a0(CERAW) at the\u00a0University of Mainz\r\n\r\n<a href="https:\/\/al-ain.com\/article\/european-experts-erdogan-impossible-goal">The experts told Al-Ain<\/a> that \u201cthe situation is escalating in the war-torn country,\u201d and that \u201cAl-Wefaq government forces backed by Turkey have been preparing to launch an attack on Sirte,\u201d but \u201cTurkey and Al-Wefaq government have no opportunity to resolve the battle in their favor in Sirte.\u201d\r\n\r\nThe sources emphasized that "the strategic allies of the European Union are Egypt, the UAE and Saudi Arabia, and the political forces in eastern Libya," adding "that is why France stands on the right side" with the support of the Libyan army, and Europe is required to follow the example of Paris.\r\n\r\nThe experts criticized Europe's position in Libya as being "very weak" because the bloc "does not speak one voice, and its countries support different parties."\r\n\r\nEarlier, the German Tages-Zeitung (Berlin Daily News), citing unnamed sources, said "Turkish transport aircraft are still bringing equipment, weapons and specialists to western Libya on a daily basis."\r\n\r\n"Turkey recently brought Brotherhood fighters in Yemen to Libya, after moving 15,000 Syrian mercenaries there in the recent period," apparently in preparation for an attack on the city of Sirte, it added.\r\n\r\n<a href="https:\/\/see.news\/why-libyas-sirte-is-egypts-red-line-analysts-answer\/">Sirte is a major strategic point in Libya<\/a>. It is the oil production region, and a key passage for pipelines. It is also a gateway to control the capital, Tripoli.\r\n\r\nErdogan supports terrorist militias who control the capital, Tripoli, west of Libya, but he hopes to expand east to extend his influence in the oil-rich region, which Egypt considered a red line and vowed to respond if it crosses it.