Libyan National Army
The International follow-up committee on Libya expressed its profound alarm at the serious ongoing military escalation around Sirte
The Libyan army targeted a Turkish drone that attempted to attack al-Watiya airbase, the LNA’s War Information Division said.
The Libyan National Army (LNA) led by Khalifa Haftar on Tuesday announced destroying a Turkish ship in the Port of Tripoli, in the capital, which it said was carrying weapons and ammunition.
Berlin conference on Libya Kicked off Sunday with the aim of concluding a truce between warring parties.
The focus will be on six aspects.
Spokesperson of the Libyan National Army (LNA) Ahmed al-Mesmary announced Saturday that the move of oil ports and fields shutdown was made by Libyan people.
Speaker of the Libyan House of Representatives Aguila Saleh arrived in Cairo on Tuesday evening to participate in the Arab Parliament meeting taking place on Wednesday.
The Libyan foreign ministry issued a statement on Tuesday requesting the international community to fulfill its duties.
The talks took place in Moscow on Monday.
The LNA announced on Monday it is determined to free the entire Libyan soil from militias and terror groups.
A ceasefire between both parties started on Sunday.
Saleh made the statement while visiting Egypt’s House of Representatives.
The speaker’s statements came in the plenary session attended by Libyan counterpart Aguila Saleh.
Speaker of Libyan House of Representatives Aguila Saleh told Extra News on Sunday that Tripoli militias breached the ceasefire.
Libyan Speaker Aguila Saleh and accompanying delegation hold a visit to Cairo.
Egypt is Libya’s real supporter that can help settle the situation in favor of the Libyan army and prevent Turkish intervention.
Major General Ahmed al-Mesmary talked in a TV interview with Amr Adib.
The cargo plane illegally carried weapons, according to media reports.
The air forces of the Libyan National Army carried out earlier Saturday airstrikes against sites of the Government of National Accord (GNA) in the cities of Sirte and Misrata.
The Libyan National Army has had the duty of taking action to save the capital from armed militias.