Libyan Air Force launched Series of violent raids by Libyan army on Turkish weapons caches

The Director of the Moral Guidance Department of the Libyan National Army, Brigadier Khaled Al Mahjoub, revealed the details of a series of air strikes launched by the army on ammunition stores belonging to extremist militias and organizations in Tajura area of the capital, Tripoli.

Brigadier Khaled Al Mahjoub said that the Libyan Air Force launched a series of violent raids on terrorist concentrations and newly-acquired ammunition stores from Turkey in Tajura area of the Libyan capital, Tripoli.

He added that the strikes were “accurate” against “Rahba al-Derou” camp which belongs to the terrorist “Bashir Al Baqara” who cooperates with ISIS in Libya and provides shelter to most of the terrorist organization’s leaders in Tajura.

He also explained that the Libyan armed forces succeeded in directing successive strikes at the militias in Wadi al-Rabie axis in Tripoli, which resulted in killing 3 militia field commanders, in addition to the destruction of the mercenaries’ vanguard in Ain Zara axis south of Tripoli.

Al Mahjoub pointed out that the Libyan armed forces “succeeded in blocking a new attempt to advance militias in the axes south of Tripoli, and killed a leader of Misrata militia called Hakim Al Zewawi.”

Al Mahjoub affirmed that the Libyan army “is still maintaining all its recent concentrations in all fighting axes in the capital Tripoli and southeast of Misrata.”

Earlier, the Libyan Air Force launched a series of violent raids, targeted the Technical Affairs Camp in Gharyan city and set up several ambushes in axes south of Tripoli, which resulted in the killing and capture of dozens of Syrian mercenaries brought from Turkey.

Arab Observer

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