On Friday, the Libyan army bombed a military bus carrying reinforcements of the militia of the revolutionary general Khalifa Haftar, on the road linking the Tenenai region to the city of Bani Walid, south of the capital, Tripoli.
This came in a statement made by the Libyan army spokesman, Muhammad Qanunu, published by the media center of the government “Operation Berkane Fury”.
Kanounou added, that the targets targeted by the bus were on their way to support the terrorist militias in their aggression against Tripoli, without further details about the possible losses they incurred.
He stressed that the western and central military regions are operations for the Libyan army, and it is forbidden to move in them without prior permission, whether for military and semi-military mechanisms or cargo and fuel trucks.
Kanuno warned civilians against the danger of approaching locations targeted by the Army Air Force in areas of operations.
Hifter militia, the government is fighting for legitimacy and power in the oil-rich country, and continues a faltering offensive that began on April 4, 2019, to seize the capital, Tripoli, the seat of the internationally recognized government, during which it suffered overwhelming defeats.
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