Government sources said Imad Trabelsi, commander of the Public Security Service in Tripoli, and Ghaniwa al-Kikli, commander of the Stability Support Force, received an amount of 30 million dinars (about $7 million) from the Central Bank of Libya on Tuesday at the direction of outgoing Prime Minister, Abdul Hamid Dbeibeh.
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Eighteen armed groups in Libya’s Western region, named themselves as “Supporting Effective Forces”, announced in a statement that “no committee, entity or bloc represents them except through the Chief of Staff of the Government of National Unity.”
Twenty two leaders of armed groups in the Western region published a statement on Tuesday declaring their refusal to holding Libya elections based the laws approved by the House of Representatives (HoR), in clear and explicit support for the position of the prominent leader at the Libyan Muslim Brotherhood Group, Khalid al-Mishri.
The Libyan 5+5 Joint Military Committee (JMC) supervised on Sunday a new operation to release and exchange detainees between the Libyan National Army (LNA) and the armed groups in the Western region, in implementation of the ceasefire agreement signed between the two sides of the conflict in Geneva in October last year.