Security forces begin the operation of protecting of power stations

Under orders by the Attorney General, security forces of the ministry of interior commenced their mission to protect the country's power stations

Libya’s power stations are under constant attacks by thieves and saboteurs obstructing the process of providing the country with sufficient electricity to their benefit.  [Photo: MoI]
According to the Attorney General’s orders, under the direct direction of the Branch Chief, the Tripoli Law Enforcement Branch of the Department of Security Operations secured and defended power installations in the capital Tripoli’s south and east to avoid sabotage and illegal assaults.

Security patrols also conducted a security campaign within the expanding Garabulli zones, limiting the opportunity to carry out attacks and violations on State-owned land as well as capturing offenders.

Earlier, the Attorney-General announced that the Public Prosecutor’s Office had issued arrest warrants for anyone who interfered with the State Electricity Company’s (GECOL) work program, as well as the seizure and arrest of those who trespassed on State Electricity Company personnel.

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