The spokesman for the Commander-in-Chief of the Libyan National Army, Major General Ahmed Al-Mismari, said at a press conference Sunday, that approval of the 5+5 meetings is a mockery, pointing to the presence of the Government of National Accord.
Al-Mismari confirmed the readiness of the national army forces for any possible clashes, noting that they had detected seven Turkish battleships off the Libyan coast, explaining that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is trying to push more Turkish forces in Libya, and noting that many of the crimes against humanity committed in Libya, which have been documented, are committed by forces affiliated with GNA.
He called for the trial of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan as a war criminal, according to his description, noting that there have been extensive sabotage operations by GNA forces in many areas they had entered.
Al-Mismari welcomed the United Nations’ investigations into the mass graves of Tarhouna, hoping that this would be done quickly to reveal the facts, indicating that the national army had left from several other military sites and positions, and had not left a single mine.
He stressed that it is illogical for the army to plant mines in residential buildings in Tripoli, noting that this behavior is not a part of the army, calling for an investigation to uncover allegations of booby-trapped homes by the army.
Al-Mismari called on all activists to stop publishing any information about the movements of the national army on the internet, stressing that the purpose of the statement, to rearrange the forces, that was issued yesterday was not intended to exclude anyone but rather to organize the forces and unify the efforts of the national army.
He also expressed his disapproval of the video which documents the torture of Egyptian citizens, stressing that those who did this act don’t represent the Libyans.