Libyan army accuses government of breaking ceasefire


The commander of the Western District of the Libyan National Army Mabrouk al-Ghazawi forces accused the Libyan government of national consent in violation of the truce, which took effect at midnight, according to a news edition Afrigatenews.

“These formations violated the ceasefire in several directions with all types of weapons, including artillery. We remain committed to the instructions issued to us before midnight, and are awaiting new instructions.”

In the Libyan National Army, Khalifa Haftar announced the introduction of a ceasefire, which entered at midnight. At the same time, the LNA warned that they would not conduct military operations only on the condition that the opposing forces in the Tripoli region of the UN government recognized by the country would also not conduct military operations.


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