National army prepares to attack "Turkish-Qatari groups"

Libyan National Army forces are preparing to launch massive attack on Tripoli and called on the capital's youth to prepare for the hour of zero.

Al-Sharq Al-Awsat newspaper quoted sources as saying that it is possible that the Commander-in-Chief of the Libyan National Army, Marshal Khalifa Hafater, will address his military forces stationed on the outskirts of Tripoli to storm Tripoli in the next few days.

"Army soldiers stationed on the outskirts of the capital are on standby, waiting for orders and final instructions to attack the last remaining Turkish-Qatari groups," said the military information division of the National Army, referring to the forces loyal to the government of the Accord, led by Turkey-backed Faiz al-Sarraj.

The Libyan army had entered earlier, the Yarmouk camp south of Tripoli after violent confrontations with the forces of the government of Accord.

The Yarmouk camp is considered one of the most important military sites in the region. It was occupied after 2011 by al-Thawar battalion in Tripoli. After that, the Libyan army and the Accord forces took control of it and then became a semi-isolated area.




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