Libyan National Army controls strategic points around Tripoli

The Libyan National Army, led by Marshal Khalifa Haftar, controlled most of the strategic points around the city of Tripoli and its international airport amid reports of near control of the city.

The spokesman for the Libyan National Army, Major General Ahmad al-Massmari told Sky News that "the operations are going well .. We entered the neighborhoods of the city from the south and south-west, and there are strong clashes, and the militias are trying to restore the road Em Wadi al-Rabie, one of the most important strategic roads, we are advancing in 7 axes now. "

He pointed out that the military has regained control of several areas and strategic hubs around Tripoli International Airport, as well as outlets west of the capital, as well as the axis linking the capital to the south and south-east.

According Sky News, warplanes of the government of Al-Wefaq launched four raids on positions of the Libyan army in Sok al-Khamis and Jendouba, while the cities of Misrata and Zintan sent reinforcements to support armed groups in the capital Tripoli.

Libya's national army forces continue to advance into Tripoli as part of a massive military operation launched Thursday to liberate the capital from armed groups.




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