Libyan army installs unmanned zone in southern Libya

Monday, 11 February, 2019 - 01:08

The Libyan National Army (LNA), commanded by Marshal Khalifa Haftar, established a no-fly zone in southern Libya.

In a statement, the LNA states that the LNA Air Force will shoot down any aircraft that will appear in the skies of the south of Libya without the permission of the LNA.

On the eve, French aircraft bombed the Libyan Sahara under the pretext of "fighting terrorists and oppositionists."

In the skies over Libya, combat aircraft of the American command of AFRICOM constantly appear under the pretext of "combating terrorists."

Civilians from the south of Libya are killed by bombs and missiles of the United States and France.