3 August 2020

Libya PM discusses military operations in Sirte

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Libyan Prime Minister Fayez al-Sarraj held talks with military commanders on Sunday to discuss the military situation in Libya, and operations in the Sirte/al-Jufra area. reports citing foreign media.

The talks dwelt on "reviewing measures to secure the liberated areas," said a statement by al-Sarraj’s office.

The meeting also took up the “reorganization of the military institution and mechanisms of implementing programs of integrating the supporting military formations and enhancing the defense capabilities of the Libyan army within partnership programs with a number of friendly countries,” it said.

Last week German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas called for demilitarizing Sirte and al-Jufra as step toward re-launching negotiations between warring parties in Libya.

2020.07.12 / 23:31
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