Burkan Al-Ghadab Operation of the Government of National Accord (GNA) said Thursday that Air Force warplanes had destroyed military supplies convoy in south Bani Walid en route to Khalifa Haftar’s militias.
The Operation added that the convoy contained three trucks laden with ammunition and Grad rockets as well as artillery rounds en route to Tripoli’s southern suburbs for Haftar’s militias.
On Wednesday, GNA forces advanced on Wadi Rabea’s Ramla and Al-Nahr frontlines after targeting Haftar’s positions with heavy artillery shelling, according to the commander of operations and control room Salim Burawi.
Burawi added that GNA forces had destroyed military vehicles and Namr armored vehicles from the UAE on Ramla frontline, saying Haftar’s militias failed to advance on Ain Zara frontline as Burkan Al-Ghadab Operation forces repelled their attempts and forced them to retreat.
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