​​​​​​​Libyan army destroy sophisticated Turkish weapons stores, drop 2 Turkish drones

​​​​​​​The Libyan army destroyed a number of sophisticated Turkish ammunition and weapons stores, which were recently sent to Accord Government, during bombing of its locations in the city of Misurata, while the army shot down two Turkish planes within two hours.

The Military Information Division of the General Command of the Libyan Army stated, in a statement, that a series of air strikes targeted concentrations of crowd groups, and other stores of weapons and ammunition, in addition to a number of air strikes inside farms that were designated as sites for these groups in the Qudahiyah area south of Bogren.

And the statement added that these air operations are part of the Libyan army's air force work, which is based on the implementation of the "Ababil Birds" operation, which is still continuing at this moment in the bombing of the accord forces.

Military sources confirmed that the bombing targeted warehouses of sophisticated Turkish ammunition and weapons, which were recently sent to the armed forces for use in the upcoming military operations against the Libyan army.

In the same context, the Libyan National Army shot down a second Turkish drone within two hours near al-Wattiay base.

Major General Ahmed al-Mismari, a spokesman for the National Army, promised Erdogan and his mercenaries at a news conference "with surprises", and confirmed that they would fail all plans aimed at dividing Libya.



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