Third Force in south Libya denies clashes with Operation Dignity loyalists in Tamnahent base
The commander of the Third Force of southern Libya, Colonel Jamal Al-Treki, denied that clashes took place against Operation Dignity loyalists led by Mohammed Ben Nayel at Tamnahent military base.
“Tamnahenet air base and all other positions around it are secured by the Third Force personnel.” Col. Al-Treki said, denying all the news said on media about the control of Ben Nayel’s forces on the Guwarat Al-Mal checkpoint in northern Sabha.
The media office of Ben Nayel’s forces announced Tuesday the kickoff of Moving Sands Operations to free Tamnahent air base from the Third Force, according to the forces’ statement.
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