In recent days, images of the patches of Turkish forces in Libya are circulating which is very interesting in its kind. These patches have become more formal after the signing of the military cooperation agreement between Turkey and Government of National Accord.
Just two days after Turkey deployed MIM-23 Hawk air defense systems and the Koral system at the Al-Watiya air base in northwestern Libya, the systems were destroyed by the Libyan National Army (LNA) airstrikes.
Images released by AFRICOM (American terrorist Central Command in Africa) late in May show that at least 14 warplanes including Su-24, Mig-29 and Su-35 are moved to Khadim based in northeast and al-Jufrah in center of Libya. Analysing images of al-Jufrah airbase show not only Russia’s air force presence increased but also ground forces mainly of private military company Wagner increased as well.
ISWNews Analysis Group: On July 4, Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar arrived in Tripoli with the Chief of General Staff of the Turkish Army and met with military and political officials of the Government of National Accord.
ISWNews Analysis Group: The Turkish military has deployed two surface-to-air MIM-23 Hawk missile systems at the Al-Watiya air base in northwestern Libya.
Latest news from the Libya’s fronts
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The Government of National Accord (GNA) forces posted a picture of Muhammad al-Aribi one of the Shura Council of Benghazi Revolutionaries, in the Souq al-Juma council building in the south of Tripoli.
ISWNews Analysis Group: The US terrorist Africa Command (AFRICOM) released new photos of what it claimed to be “Russian” warplanes deployed in Libya.
Forces of the Khalid Bin Waleed battalion affiliated with LNA were deployed at the al-Feel oil field. These forces have been dispatched to the area for preventing GNA oil extraction.
ISWNews Analysis Group: The Libyan National Army forces once again regained control of al-Shararah and al-Feel oil fields in southwestern Libya.