Source: Dubai – Al Arabiya Channel
The Libyan National Army General Command warned ships and aircraft against approaching Libya without coordinating with it.
This came in a statement published by the spokesperson for the General Command of the Libyan Army, Major General Ahmed Al-Mismari, on his Facebook page, calling on the countries through which their air or sea carriers could approach the territorial waters or Libyan airspace to coordinate in advance to prevent a collision with them.
This warning comes at a time when Turkish aircraft and ships continue to transfer mercenaries and weapons to the Al-Wefaq government militia, in clear violation of the arms embargo decision to Libya.
On Wednesday, sources confirmed that A Turkish cargo plane unloaded its mercenaries at the Al-Wattaya air base Western Libya, preceded by information that reported that a Turkish military plane landed in Misurata Air Force Base coming from Al-Wattia Air Force Base.
According to the sources, the plane was carrying fighters and weapons to Misurata for later transport to the Sirte and Al-Jafra front.
And earlier information had reported, at dawn on Wednesday, that a team of Turkish intelligence He arrived on a direct flight from Turkey to Al-Wattia Air Force Base. The sources added that the Turkish team, which did not know the specifics of its visit, stayed inside the base for a few hours, then left for Turkey.