Libyan army began moving its forces towards the city of Zawiya to liberate it from the militants

Libyan army began moving its forces towards the city of Zawiya (45 km) west of the capital, Tripoli, with the aim of liberating it from Armed militias And gangs of smuggling out of the law, and in an effort to pressure the fighters allied to the Government of Conciliation in the capital, Tripoli.

The Libyan army sent large military reinforcements to the outskirts of the city of Zawiya, where pro-army pages were posted on social networking sites, Monday, a video clip, in which dozens of military vehicles and soldiers appeared in the city of Al-Ajilat, near the city of Zawiya, on the way to launch another military operation and open a front New to fight, amid welcome from the people.

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It should be noted that the Libyan army commander, Khalifa Hifter, recently assigned Abd Allah Nur ad-Din al-Hamali to the duties of the commander of the military zone to liberate the city of Zawiya.

The city of al-Zawiyah is controlled by several armed militias affiliated with the Al-Wefaq government, including the militias of Abu Ubaida al-Zawy, who are loyal to al-Qaeda, and other militias that work in smuggling and trading in fuel, including the “Victory Militia” led by Muhammad Kashfaf, whose locations have been subjected more than once to strikes. Libyan National Army.


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