Al-Mismari reveals a new death toll of Syrian mercenaries in Libya

The Libyan National Army spokesman, Major General Ahmed al-Mismari, confirmed that Fayez al-Sarraj’s adoption the attack on an air base on behalf of the Turkish governor in Tripoli is evidence before the United Nations that his government does not respect the international agreements, and revealed the killing of 103 Syrian mercenaries.

Al-Mismari said in a written statement: "The so-called Fayez al-Sarraj, and on behalf of the Turkish governor in Tripoli, adopts the failed attack on Uqba bin Nafi airbase in al-Wattiya region, on which the Peace Storm Operation similar to the Turkish operation, the Olive Branch in northern Syria, was launched at the time he had previously called on stopping the fighting for humanitarian conditions to tackle the Corona epidemic, these are their pledges and these are their lies, misleading the public."

He added: "This is evidence we place before the United Nations Support Mission in Libya on the failure of the illegal government of al-Sarraj to respect the obligations towards the international agreements, international humanitarian law and international human rights law, and to adhere to the outputs of the Berlin Conference. We place this evidence before the Libyans first and the international community secondly, and we assure them of going forward to take all necessary measures to protect our forces, camps and bases, as well as protecting the Libyan people from the futility of al-Sarraj militias, terrorist foreign fighters, mercenaries and Turks. "

Bayan al-Mismari revealed the outcome of the last 72 hours of the killing of Syrian mercenaries in the axes of Tripoli, as the total number reached 103 mercenaries.


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