Libya is no longer interesting for Nato, also in the "South" As in the East, it seems to be mainly against Russia, hence the unrestricted support of Turkey
NATO does not want its focus to be diverted from the fight against Islamic State, but continues to see itself as competing primarily with Russia, as NATO’s secretary-general explained yesterday at the start of the meeting of NATO’s ministers of foreign affairs. From a security perspective, we are living in "dark times": "Terrorist attacks, violent instability, breach of international rules", Stoltenberg said, referring to Russia, of course, and not to the breach of international law committed by the United States and its coalition of the willing in the invasion of Iraq, which was the main reason for the emergence of the Islamic State.
It was striking that Stoltenberg avoided talking at all about a broad coalition with Russia in the fight against IS; there seems to be radio silence between NATO and Russia on this point as well, although the Vienna Process exists and France in particular is making efforts to facilitate cooperation with Russia. The only thing mentioned was the need for a better military agreement with Russia to reduce risks. He announced that NATO could leave troops in Afghanistan after 2016 to ensure stability, which is already dwindling drastically. Later in the day, the ministers decided on an extension until 2020 and a further deployment of 12,000 troops.000 soldiers.