General Haftar’s forces retreated from Tripoli

Thus, the attempt of Haftar’s forces to take the capital of Libya, which began 14 months ago, failed.

Troops of General Khalifa Haftar’s Libyan national army have entirely left the vicinity of Tripoli-after a series of defeats from the forces of the Government of national accord, which are opposing them in the civil war.
Thus, the attempt of Haftar’s forces to take the capital of Libya, which began 14 months ago, failed.

Haftar’s opponents managed to occupy the international airport and other areas South of Tripoli.

The retreat of Haftar’s forces does not mean the cessation of hostilities – they continue, although both sides of the conflict have agreed to negotiate a truce.

There is a civil war in Libya. The Government of national accord now controls the West and the capital of Libya. The UN and Western countries recognize it. Turkey provides military support to it. The East and part of the South of the country are under the control of the so-called Libyan national army Haftar, formally representing the house of representatives of Libya, which meets in Tobruk. In turn, the UAE and Egypt help it.
Haftar has repeatedly visited Moscow and held talks with high-ranking Russian representatives. Officially, Russia does not support any of the parties to the conflict. Still, there is a lot of evidence of the presence of fighters of the so-called Wagner PMCs in the territory controlled by Haftar’s detachments.

The African command of the US Armed forces last week said that Russia recently transferred at least 14 combat aircraft to Libya, which is stationed at the LNA airbase in the Central part of the country. In Moscow, deny the transfer of the plane.

Author: Steve Cowan
Graduated From Princeton University. He has been at the Free Press since October 2014. Previously worked as a regional entertainment editor.
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