The communication office of the Turkish presidency declared Monday Al Jufrah Airbase a military target of the country's forces stationed in Libya.
He held the terrorist groups and militias responsible for spreading chaos in the Arab country.
The operations room they were in was hit.
The Libyan National Army (LNA) destroyed on Sunday air defense systems installed by Turkey on July 2 in Oqba Bin Nafea Airbase.
Libyan Parliament had warned of an influx of oil revenues that will support militias who fight alongside GNA forces against the Libyan National Army.
In January, the tribes announced the closure of oil facilities in order to cut revenues acquired by the GNA to pay militias and Syrian mercenaries trained and brought in by Turkey.
Mahgoub asserted that the LNA is ready to repel any attempts by the militias to enter Sirte describing it as "a red line."
Syrian Deputy Prime Minister Walid al-Moalam stated on June 23.
Spokesperson of the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs expressed his country's support to Egypt's call for an immediate ceasefire, and activation of the political process.
The statement concluded, "Glory and eternity to martyrs. Long live Egypt. Long live Sisi."
The major-general added that there is congruence among Libyans upon the support offered by Egypt in the face of Turkey that eyes Libya's resources.
On the other hand, the Tripoli-based GNA denounced the call.
A parliamentarian questions the reasons behind not kicking out the ambassador of the Tripoli-based interim government in Cairo.
Chair of the Human Rights Committee at the House of Speakers requested that the lower chamber issues a statement in response to the violations committed against Egyptians in Libya.
The Libyan National Army (LNA) withdrew from Tarhouna after facing intense Turkish bombardment, LNA spokesman Ahmed al-Mosmari said at a press conference on Friday.
Egypt’s Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry condemned the Turkish practices and violations of the international law, Security Council resolutions, and its threatening role regarding Libya.
Libyan National Army Commander Khalifa Haftar expected to arrive in Cairo
A Turkish cargo ship left Istanbul and arrived at Misurata carrying military vehicles and weapons on Tuesday, according to the Libyan National Army Spokesperson Ahmed al-Mesmary.
Libyan Armed Forces were able to impose control over the town after a raid launched by the Air Force against militias' concentrations on the Western Mountain.
Those were killed in clashes southern Tripoli.