Al-Mismari: LNA Remains Committed to Ceasefire in Libya


On Wednesday, the official Spokesman for the Libyan National Army (LNA), Major General Ahmed Al-Mismari said that Libya was facing a security crisis due to the deployment of militias and terrorist groups in the country.

In press statements, Al-Mismari added that the campaign launched by the LNA against terrorism will continue until all terrorists are eliminated, and their hotbeds in the country are destroyed.

Meanwhile, he stressed that the LNA General Command is still committed to the Geneva ceasefire agreement for the success of the political track, sponsored by the United Nations to resolve the crisis.

LNA units have intensified their presence in the country’s east and south in order to establish security, eliminate extremism, and to secure the region and neighbouring countries from the danger of terrorism and the proliferation of arms.

The LNA has repeatedly carried out successive strikes against terrorist groups in the country’s southern cities, especially IS, which is trying to re-establish its presence in the desert. In September, LNA forces managed to kill the leader of IS in North Africa, Abu Moaz Al-Iraqi in the Abdel-Kafi neighborhood in southern Libya.