Presidential Guard will withdraw all weapons from Tripoli

Al-Nakoa also urged the foreign and Arab embassies in Libya to return to Tripoli in order to take advantage of the current security and stability in the capital. [Internet[
The Commander of the Presidential Guard of the Government of National Accord (GNA), Najmi Al-Nakoa, said that all the unauthorised weapons will be withdrawn from the individuals in Tripoli.

Al-Nakoa added on Monday in a meeting with security officials from western Libya that light, medium and heavy weapons will be banned from entering the capital starting next Sunday.

Al-Nakoa also urged the foreign and Arab embassies in Libya to return to Tripoli in order to take advantage of the current security and stability in the capital.

The Presidential Guard’s decision was taken in a security meeting held in Tripoli in the aim of putting a security plan to secure the capital.

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