HoR and Dignity Operation Chief Commander: Our fighters are some kilometres away from Tripoli
The Chief Commander of the Tobruk-based House of Representatives and the so-called Dignity Operation, Abdulrazzak Al-Nathori, visited Tuesday the western cities of Zintan and Wershefana.
Al-Nathori said his visit to the western cities is a message to the supporters of the Government of National Accord, which he called “trusteeship government”, saying he won’t accept a new Karazai government in Libya and ministers who used to support terrorist groups, according to him.
“Our fighters are just some few kilometers away from Tripoli.” He said implying a threat to the capital’s security.
On Tuesday Al-Nathori visited Zintan, Al-Wetya airbase, and Wershefana in the western region. He met Wershefana forces in Al-Aziziya camp, and called them “army forces”.
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