Libya’s GNA warplanes strike Haftar’s militia fighters near Bani Walid

The spokesman for the Libyan Army forces under the command of the Government of National Accord, Mohammed Gununu, said the Air Force warplanes hit Friday a military bus transporting a number of fighters from Khalifa Haftar’s terrorist militias on the road between Tininay and Bani Walid.

Earlier, Gununu said Libyan Air Force had targeted two vehicles that were loaded with terrorist militia fighters loyal to Khalifa Haftar in the vicinity of Wadi Marseet, south Mazda town.

Libyan Air Force warplanes have been intensifying strikes on different supply lines of Haftar’s terrorist militias in an attempt to cut off their supply routes and isolate them in their last positions, especially at Al-Watiya airbase.

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