Commander of Libya’s central military zone abducted in Misurata

Al-Sirraj appoints Al-Haddad as the commander of the central military zone (Photo: Presidential Council)

The military commander of the Libyan central military zone Mohammed Al-Haddad, who was appointed by the Presidential Council’s Head Fayez Al-Sirraj, was kidnapped on Saturday after departing a meeting in Misurata city. 

Sources say his car was seen in near his house in Misurata with all his belongings intact.

Sources say the meeting saw some issues between commanders agreeing on sending forces to Tripoli to hold the truce between warring parties and commander who don’t agree with that step.

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