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Libyan general Haftar who controls most of Eastern Libya died in Paris

LIBYA (OBSERVATORY) – Libyan general Haftar who controls most of Eastern Libya has died in Paris where he was receiving treatment after suffering a stroke and being in a coma caused by a stroke.

“There is information about his death,” the source said.

On Wednesday, Western media reported on the urgent hospitalization of the marshal. The leader of the national army, presumably, had a stroke, he was taken from Amman, the capital of Jordan, to Paris.

Some of the approximate military commanders denied this information. “He is in Jordan for political talks and feels good,” a source in the military circles of Libya said.

After the outbreak of the civil war and the assassination of Muammar Gaddafi Khalifa Haftar, he actively opposed the Islamic radicals. In 2014, he launched a large-scale operation to liberate territories occupied by extremists.

In 2015, Haftar led the Libyan National Army. He actively cooperated with the national House of Representatives in the city of Tobruk.