Libyan Al-Wefaq forces control a major supply line for Haftar’s forces .. This is its importance


The forces of the Libyan National Accord government announced, at dawn on Thursday, control of a major supply line, to support the forces of retired Major General Khalifa Hifter.

This came in a statement of the “Borkan Rage” operation of Al-Wefaq forces, in conjunction with a meeting held by Faiz Al-Sarraj, head of the Presidential Council of the Government, with military leaders in Tripoli, the north and central of the country.

“The extension of control over a major supply line along the 350 km between southern and western Libya, which was being used for a full year by the Haftar terrorist militia,” the statement stressed.

The statement indicated that it is “a major supply line to support the aggression against Tripoli with mercenaries, weapons, ammunition, ammunition and fuel.”

According to a map published by Operation Berkane Fury, the line starts from the city of Al-Shweref, north of Sebha (south), and heads north, then branches to 3 directions towards the cities of Nesma, Al-Qurayyat, and Morsit, south of the capital, Tripoli.

This comes in conjunction with a meeting held by Al-Sarraj with his deputy (Ahmed Maitiq), the Minister of Interior (Fathi Pashaga), the commanders of the western military regions (Osama al-Juwayli Brigade), Tripoli (Abdul Basit Marwan Brigade), al-Wasiti (Muhammad al-Haddad Brigade), and the commander of the Sirte al-Jafra Operations Room (Dean Ibrahim Bait Al Mal)

Another statement said, “The volcano of anger”, that the meeting of Al-Sarraj “discussed the progress of military operations, the measures taken to protect civilians, and private and public facilities.”

He also touched on “reviewing the overall situation in the liberated areas and cities and the security arrangements adopted therein,” according to the same statement.

This is the second high-level military meeting Al-Sarraj will hold in a week with the military leaders, as he held a meeting on Saturday to discuss developments in the field situation, after successive victories over Haftar’s forces.

The most prominent victories included the liberation of the entire administrative boundaries of Tripoli, the city of Tarhuna (90 km southeast of the capital), the entire cities of the West Coast, the Al-Wattia Air Force Base, and the towns of Western Mountain.

And last week, Al-Wefaq forces announced launching the “Paths of Victory” operation to liberate the cities and towns of the east and center of the country, led by Sirte and Al-Jafra.

With the support of Arab and European countries, the Haftar militia has, since April 4, 2019, launched an attack that has failed to control the capital, Tripoli.

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