A spokesperson for retired Libyan Major General Khalifa Haftar said that the base in Benina, south of Benghazi, will today witness a military parade to celebrate what he called the “Revolution of dignity, “underscoring the continuation of the” war on terror, “” as he put it.
“This parade is not targeting anyone or posing a threat to anyone. We are in a state of war. This war is not over and will not end anytime soon. This war is against terrorism and crime,” the spokesperson, Ahmed Al-Mesmari, added at a press conference. Also read Dabaiba: There is a positive change in the Egyptian position, and Haftar must comply with the military establishment Among them are armed men. Haftar supporters prevent first meeting of Dabaiba government in BenghaziThe World: The bet on Haftar has failed. France bites its fingers with regret after taking place in Chad
“We are still hunting terrorists, sleeper cells and lone wolves in several areas,” he said. Only Libya “.
This comes at a time of lingering concern over the political settlement in Libya and the ability of the national unity government led by Abdul Hamid al-Dabaiba to carry out its duties.
Dabaiba warned last month against attempts to reignite war in the country, after two visits to the towns of Benghazi and Sirte, which are under Haftar’s forces, were foiled.
Haftar’s forces say he does not bind him to the government of national unity, whether on duty, sovereign or even at the communications level.