Libyan army dominated 4 military sites, progressing in al-Ramleh

 The forces of the Libyan army dominated 3 military sites including two observatories of the Accord forces in the axis of the wildlife in Tripoli amid the continuation of their progress in al-Ramleh axis, south of Tripoli.

A source in the Libyan National Army, led by Marshal Khalifa Haftar, said that the forces managed to control three military sites, including two observatories of the Accord forces, led by Fayez al-Sarraj in the axis of the wildlife in Tripoli, and destroyed the military machineries of the Accord forces, according to what al-Arabiya Net quoted.

The Libyan army continues to advance towards important points in al-Ramleh axis south of Tripoli.

For its part, a military source in the forces of the Libyan Accord National Government backed by Turkey and Qatar confirmed that on Sunday, clashes renewed with heavy weapons on the airport road in the capital Tripoli.

The Chief of the General Staff of al-Sarraj forces confirmed in his meeting with al-Sarraj in Tripoli that his forces and the auxiliary forces were fighting in accordance with the stages of implementation of the approved plan, making progress on various axes.

The battles came hours after the head of the United Nations mission in Libya, Ghassan Salama, renewed his call to warring parties in Tripoli for an urgent humanitarian truce to stop the fighting south of Tripoli.

This is considered the third time since the beginning of the fighting in April 4, in which the United Nations calls on the parties to the conflict to hold a "humanitarian truce" to enable those stranded in the sites of clashes and the transfer of wounded from combat sites, but their calls did not find their way to implementation.

 


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