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LNA calls for investigating Tarhuna mass graves and mines in southern Tripoli

The Address | Benghazi – Libya

BENGHAZI – All the operations rooms of the Libyan National Army (LNA) were placed under strict confidentiality until the completion of the tasks assigned, announced LNA Spokesman, Major General Ahmed al-Mismari.

NATO disowned Turkey’s actions, but Erdogan is trying bring in new mercenaries after the losses that LNA inflicted on the militias, pointing out that Erdogan wants to reach and control the Oil Crescent region, al-Mismari said in a press conference in Benghazi on Sunday.

Al-Mismari indicated that Erdogan is directly responsible for the attack on Egyptian workers in Tarhuna, which is an attack against humanity.

He confirmed that the torture committed by the militia against Egyptian workers in Tarhuna do not represent the Libyan people.

“Crimes against humanity are being committed in Libya under the umbrella of Turkey, and Erdogan must be tried for the war crimes he committed in Libya,” the Spokesman added.

The militias have established a defense line for Misrata in the Al-Sadda and Temmina areas, where they planted mines; they are concerned about LNA’s progress towards Misrata, he confirmed.

He added that the enemy refused to go to 5 + 5, as it mobilized through an air and sea bridge, and the coming battle will be decisive when they launch attack on the Oil Crescent, and Libya will be a graveyard for the Turks and Syrian mercenaries.

LNA monitored violations of Islamic law, that do not represent the Libyan society and contradict international law and norms, LNA Spokesman stressed.

Al-Mesmari said that LNA General Command welcomes the United Nations’ call to investigate Tarhuna mass graves and mines in southern Tripoli as soon as possible, noting that LNA has monitored violations by militias in Qasr bin Ghashir, al-Arban, al-Asba and Tarhuna.

He continued, “The statement of the General Command was not intended to exclude anyone; rather, it was to gather all LNA officers in a joint operations room.”

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