LNA Elite Force Heads Libya’s South In Expectation of New Military Campaign

The Support and Doctrine Command of the Special Forces (SF) prepares for moving toward the South in order to “sweep it out of cross-border criminal gangs”.

The Department’s media office explained in a statement on Facebook that the SF unit would head to southern Libya based on the LNA commander Khalifa Haftar’s resolution.

The document, which was published on October 5, provides for assigning to several units of the armed forces a military mission in the South, among those units were the Special Forces, better known as Al-Saiqa, in its totality.

It’s worth noticing that the SF’s move toward the South occurred at a time when locals and LNA units encircled a gathering of Chadian militants in the area of Umm Al-Araneb town.

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