BEIRUT, LEBANON (9:45 A.M.) – The commander of the Ijdabiya Operations Force, affiliated to the Libyan National Army (LNA), Major General Fawzi Al-Mansouri, revealed that his military units continue to prepare their defense lines at the cities of Sirte and Al-Jafra, pending the instructions of the General Command.

Al-Mansouri said that “the Libyan Army forces are fully prepared to respond to any attack by the Al-Wefaq forces, backed by mercenaries and Turks.”

The Ijdabiya Operations Force commander stated, “The response to the Al-Wefaq forces was preceded on June 6, while it was attempting to launch a hostile attack on the Libyan Army forces, and the enemy forces suffered great losses in lives, equipment and equipment.”

Al-Mansouri indicated that the Libyan Army forces monitored movements of the Turkish-backed Government of National Accord forces, supported by mercenaries and Turks, in the vicinity of the cities of Sirte or Al-Jafra, stressing that these movements are being monitored around the clock.

He stressed that “both the Al-Jafra Airbase  and the city of Sirte are considered the first line of defense for the oil fields, which are the primary goal for  Erdogan.”

Al-Mansouri had warned earlier that “Turkey is heading to exploit the bases and terrorists in Libya as a springboard for its ambitions in North Africa and the region.”

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Muhtar
Muhtar
2020-07-12 07:54

someone “from lebanon”….Talking about mercenaries in Libya…and no mention of Wagner group of Russia or many Egypt brought from africa… just showing how desperate Haftar and it’s allies… didn’t this brave man walk out from the peace talks in Moscow just weeks ago… I will sleep happier when he is tried for war crimes he has committed… Internet is full of engineered news supporting this war criminal… And naturally no name for who wrote this piece of propaganda news?

Last edited 1 month ago by Muhtar