National Human Rights Committee of Libya (NHRCL) expressed Monday “its strong condemnation and denunciation” of the outbreak of armed clashes and violence that took place on Sunday evening in al-Zawiyah, between armed groups affiliated with Interior and Defense ministries of the Government of National Unity (GNU), led by Abdul Hamid Dabaiba.
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UN Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) said it “is greatly concerned” about reports that civilians were injured and killed during armed clashes in Zawiyah west of Tripoli Sunday night and Monday morning.
Armed clashes that erupted on Friday evening in Tripoli, causing a state of panic among the people, have stopped.
Vice President of the Libyan Presidential Council, Abdulla Al-Lafi, discussed in a meeting with the outgoing Prime Minister, Abdel Hamid Dbeibeh, and the Western Region Chief of General Staff, Mohamed al-Haddad, the security and military conditions, especially the clashes that took place in Janzour, west of Tripoli, and the process of organizing the army.
Identical press sources confirmed the eruption of armed clashes in Bani Walid southeast of Tripoli.
Al-Zawiya city west of Tripoli witnessed violent clashes on Thursday early morning.
Libyan Post Telecommunications and Information Technology Company (LPTIC) announced Saturday the temporary suspension of maintenance operations in al-Zawiya west of Tripoli as a result of armed clashes in the city, for fear that maintenance teams would be at risk.
The General Electricity Company of Libya (GECOL) confirmed that armed clashes in the vicinity of al-Zawiya Power Station caused malfunction of the generation units of the dual station; the second gas unit and the second and third steam units.
The vicinity of Tripoli port witnessed today armed clashes between the Deterrence Force and Al-Nawasi Brigade.