The commander of the Operation Dignity forces of the Tobruk-based House of Representatives (HoR) Khalifa Haftar arrived in Moscow Sunday to discuss military and weapons support for his forces in the east.
Some 720 Libyan National Army (LNA) cadets finished their training today and graduated at a ceremony in Al-Abyar training camp in the presence of Major General Abdel Razzak Al-Nazhuri, the chief of staff.
The Prime Minister of Libya’s Government of National Accord (GNA), Fayez Al-Serraj, has welcomed dialogue between the Presidential Council, House of Representatives and the military institution in the east led by Operation Dignity and its leader, Khalifa Haftar to reach a political agreement aimed at ending the ongoing crisis.
The Prime Minister of the Salvation Government (SG) in Tripoli, Khalifa Al-Ghweil, said his government’s stance on Khalifa Haftar has not changed, adding that they think he is a coup plotter who has for long committed crimes against the Libyan people and he must be tried for them at a …
Libyan military strongman Khalifa Haftar arrived in Moscow on Sunday ahead of planned talks with Russian officials, according to reports from Russian media.
At least eight more fighters with Bunyan Marsous have been killed in the last 24 hours as house by house, IS fighters are winkled out of their last positions in Sirte. It is being said that 14 terrorists have died.
The head of the humanitarian assistance committee at Derna Municipality, Abdelsalam Al-Daryawi, said Dignity Operation forces, who are laying a strict siege on Derna, has stated imposing tariffs on the cars entering the city.
Unlike what some politicians may think, the Libyan revolution of February 2011 did not produce a fledgling democracy; it only opened the way for a few democratic steps, which were quickly overridden by political fragmentation and polarization, ineffective state institutions, and violence.
Five Misrata-led fighters were killed and more than 30 others injured on Saturday in three separate ISIS attacks in Jiza apartment blocks in Sirte, the last ISIS-held area in the city.
The Egyptian President, Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, said his country fully supports the “Libyan Army” led by Khalifa Haftar as it supports the Syrian Army under the command of Bashar Al-Assad.