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Haftar militias carry out rocket attacks on several areas in Tripoli

UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS)

Militias linked to the leader of illegitimate armed forces in eastern Libya, Khalifa Haftar, have carried out rocket attacks on the Salah al-Din and Ramla regions south of the capital Tripoli.

Government Spokesman for National Reconciliation (GNA), Muhammad Kununu held a press conference on the issue from the Press Center of Operation Borkan Al-Ghadab.

“Haftar militias have fired missiles at settlements in the Salah al-Din and Ramla regions,” Kununu said, adding that the region has deployed Haftar mercenary support troops and that unmanned aerial vehicles (drones) of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have been deployed. have made flights to the heavens of Tripoli.

Kununu said National Reconciliation Government (GNA) forces have the capacity to respond to Haftar militias. He called on the displaced population of the region not to return to their homes during the period of conflict.

The GNA at the end of talks held days ago in Moscow signed the ceasefire agreement, which was prepared at the initiative of Turkey and Russia. But Haftar left Moscow yesterday morning without signing the agreement.

While Tobruk-based House of Representatives Speaker Aguila Saleh, supporter of illegitimate armed forces east of Libya, Khalifa Haftar in a statement earlier announced that in Libya “the ceasefire is over and the war will continue.”

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