Major General Ahmed al-Mesmari, a spokesman for the Libyan army, revealed changes in the army’s ranks and tactics to manage military operations in the face of the terrorist and mercenary militias that Turkey brought in.
Al-Mismari said, in a statement on Saturday, seen by Al-Ain News that the army units were able to carry out many duties and tasks, including clearing the vast majority of Libyan lands of terrorist groups.
He announced the restoration of the General Command to form the main operations rooms of the Libyan Armed Forces and to assign competent officers who are able to interact with the battle and its variables.
He continued: The management of the military operation will be better within the framework of a strategic plan that includes harnessing the capabilities of the armed forces, the civil authority, and the Libyan people with its multiple tribes and elites.
On Turkish interference, Al-Mesmari said that Turkey interfered with its army and mercenaries and supported Libya's enemies, peace, security and stability.
He added: "Turkish President Recep Erdogan came to control the wealth and resources of Libya and the Libyans will fight to protect their country and their people from it, after Turkey turned the war against terrorism in Libya into an international war with an internal slogan of traitors."
The fighting axes in the west of the city of Sirte (center) witness a calm calm, amid anticipation and mobilization by the Libyan army, militias and mercenaries, while the armed groups continue their attempts to move towards the areas of the army's control.
Turkey still pushes many mercenary shipments and weapons, despite international condemnations and decisions, and Greece tried on Thursday to confront a marine cargo carrying heavy weapons destined for Libya, but the Turkish frigates secured the arrival of the arms shipment, in conjunction with monitoring many other air shipments.
On Monday, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan demanded, in a television interview, his forces of mercenaries from Syria to continue their battles in Libya and enter the city of Sirte.
Last Saturday, June 6, 2020, Egypt launched an initiative to ensure a return to peaceful solutions in Libya, where it received wide international and Arab support.
The Egyptian initiative included affirming the unity, integrity and independence of Libyan lands, respecting all international efforts and initiatives and relevant Security Council resolutions, and working to restore the Libyan state to its national institutions while defining an appropriate Libyan Libyan national mechanism to revive the political track under the auspices of the United Nations.
Despite the Libyan army's commitment to its international obligations and the decision to cease fire stemming from the Cairo Declaration, which was widely welcomed internationally and internationally, the militias loyal to Turkey and the Syrian mercenaries are still mobilizing their forces to attack the Libyan army's concentrations east of Misrata and West Sirte.