The spokesman for Khalifa Haftar’s forces Ahmed Al-Mismari said they are at war with Turkey after the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan have “fueled their conflict”.
The Media Office of the Volcano of Rage Operation said that a delegation from the International Criminal Court (ICC) is due to visit the city of Tarhuna next Friday in order to inspect the mass graves in the city.
A United Nations analysis of photos of four anti-tank guided missiles in Libya found that one “had characteristics consistent with the Iranian-produced Dehlavieh” missile, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres reported to the Security Council.
A secret document leaked by security sources outlined that the United Arab Emirates was responsible for sending thousands of Sudanese mercenaries to Libya to support Haftar’s forces against the internationally recognized Government of National Accords.
Defence Minister of the Libyan Government of National Accord (GNA) Salah Al-Din Al-Namroush told Italy to seek French mediation to release its fishermen held captive by the Libyan National Army led by Khalifa Haftar, news sites reported yesterday.
The Libyan Foreign Minister Mohammed Sayala said Monday there are some countries that are fueling conflicts in Eastern Mediterranean for “revenge”, warning of “confrontation and clashes” and hailing Turkey’s proposal to hold an international conference on the region’s issues.
Turkey condemned on Tuesday the interception of one of its ships by eastern-based Libyan forces in the Mediterranean, saying it must be allowed to resume its journey to western Libya and warned of possible reprisals.
In a meeting between Fathi Bashagha, Interior Minister of Libya’s internationally recognized government in Tripoli, and Britain’s ambassador to Libya, Nicolas Hopton, joint security cooperation was discussed.
Libya and Italy signed an agreement on military cooperation on Friday, Anadolu Agency reported.
The Justice Ministry of the Libyan Government of National Accord welcomed Security Council sanctions committee resolution to temporarily lift the travel ban on Muammar Gaddafi’s widow Safia Ferkash, his daughter Aisha, and son Mohammed.