LNA spokesman says preparing all what Tripoli liberation battel takes

The spokesman of the Libyan National Army (LNA) Ahmed Al-Mismari said in a presser on Sunday that security forces in Al-Kufra had intercepted 47 illegal immigrants who infiltrated from Sudan – one of whom was from Yemen and asked to go to Tripoli but then placed under investigation.

Al-Mismari also said that the commander of Al-Kufra district has been tasked with the job of commander of southern military zone from Al-Kufra in the far eastsouth to Ghat in the far southwest, adding that he will be supervising Libyan border lines with Egypt, Sudan, Chad, Niger and Algeria.

He also talked about Greater Sirte Operations Room and said the city is under constant reconnaissance missions, warning fishermen from being around Aqila to Sultan area so they don’t become a target for LNA’s fighter jets.

“All military units in Al-Jufra are on alert and ready to tackle any emergency. Our Air Force has foiled armed groups’ attacks on Al-Jufra airbase and downed three drones, then targeted different positions and vehicles for GNA armed groups in response.” Al-Mismari said.

He also indicated that LNA units are exerting more efforts to prepare all it takes for the Tripoli Liberation Battle.


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