Just days after the latest airstrikes on Al-Jufra airbase, Dignity Operation warplanes dropped new bombs on the airbase in Hun town on Wednesday targeting military positions for the Defend Benghazi Brigades (DBB).
The spokesman of the UN-proposed government’s Defense Ministry, Mohammed Al-Ghasri, has accused Khalifa Haftar, the leader of Dignity Operation, of facilitating the escape of a number of terrorists from Benghazi into the western region.
The spokesman of the UN-proposed government’s Defense Ministry, Mohammed Al-Ghasri, said a war is possibly going to break out in the Libyan south and the beginning of it will be known, while its end will be unpredictable.
Gunmen on Thursday tried but failed to seize three government ministries in the Libyan capital Tripoli, a spokesman for the UN-backed Government of National Accord said.
The Presidency Council (PC) boycotting member Omar Laswad has warned of a new looming military attack against the eastern oil terminals and fields by the same forces that had attempted to take it over at the beginning December.
The Libyan Government’s Minister of Defence, Mahdi Al-Barghathi, received the Russian Ambassador, Ivan Molotkov, in Tripoli on Monday for a meeting.
The Pact members at the Tobruk-based House of Representatives called on the members of the UN-proposed government’s Presidential Council, Fathi Al-Mijibri and Ali Al-Gotrani, to resign over the latest turmoil at the oil crescent region.
A pro-Haftar warplane air attacked one of the sites of the Defense Ministry of the UN-proposed government in Al-Jufra, central Libya, said Brigadier General Edriss Bu Gwaitin, the commander of Brigade 12 Infantry of the UN-proposed government.
Dignity Operation steals Iraqi air force footage to claim victory over oil crescent region attackers
The spokesman for Dignity Operation, Ahmed Al-Mismari, has plagiarized an aerial footage showing Iraqi air force destroying an ISIS convoy in Al-Fallujah to claim that their warplanes have bombed the attackers of the oil crescent region away.
Reports said that units from the Egyptian army had launched the biggest military live-fire exercises in the western desert, across the border with Libya, last Thursday, with the presence of the Egyptian Defense Minister.