Al-Mismari:  Accord government bombed Tarhuna with more than 20 missiles

​​​​​​​The Libyan National Army spokesperson stated that the Accord government bombed the city of Tarhuna, southeast of the capital, Tripoli, noting that more than 20 missiles targeted the whereabouts of civilians.

"Tonight in the early hours of Saturday, the city of Tarhuna was bombed, with more than 20 missiles, all of which fell on civilians' homes, and the damage is being now documented," the Libyan National Army spokesperson, Major General Ahmed al-Mismari said in a statement.

Al-Mismari called on the United Nations Mission in Libya to fulfill its duties and "condemn the real terrorists", stressing that "the response of the armed forces is ready and inevitable."

Earlier, the Libyan National Army rejected the accusations leveled against it using toxic gases, while the army commander, Field Marshal Khalifa Hifter, accused the Presidential Council of leading al-Sarraj’s leader of committing a number of crimes amounting to "treason", warning that Accord government was delighted after its forces took control Sabratha and Surman "will not last".



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