Algerian security source: western military intervention in the south of Libya and Tunisia to prevent jihadists
Algerian security source predicted a Western military intervention in the south of Libya and Tunisia to prevent the formation of the leaders of the jihadists threaten the security of the region.
the security source told the Algerian newspaper (Al-Khobar) that President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, "giving the green light for the army and the different security services to deal with any security threat on the borders with the presence of several Western countries monitoring the troubled security situation in the triangle of new terrorism, located between the four countries is Tunisia, Libya, Niger and Algeria, which was formed after the French military intervention in northern Mali.
the Algerian security interests didn’t exclude a military intervention in these areas, similar to what happened in the north of Mali. The source explained that security threats, which was formed in the southwest of Libya and some areas in the north of Niger and Tunisia, near the eastern border of the eastern and southern Algeria, were the subject of the recent meeting between Bouteflika and the Algerian army chief of staff General Kaid Saleh.