The Libyan army bombed an oil tanker the shores of Sirte
Fighter aircraft bombed the Greek oil tanker (Anwar 1), while anchored on the shores of Sirte, suspicion transported weapons and ammunition to terrorist groups.
Tripoli Erem News Network
The Libyan army air force bombed an oil tanker off the coast of Sirte on Sunday, causing the combustion of a large part of it, and the injury of a number of its crew were injured.
A source said the General Staff, headed by the Libyan army in an interview with “Erem” by telephone from Benghazi, said that “fighter aircraft bombed the Greek oil tanker (Anwar 1), while anchored on the shores of Sirte, suspicion transported weapon and ammunition to terrorist groups.”
The source pointed out, that “the city of Sirte is outside the control of the state, and under the grip of the organization of the Islamic state and militias dawn of Libya, so its considered any actions and movements cut off from sea or land towards it, longer suspect in the event has not been coordinating with the army, at any movement by the militias dawn of Libya “.
The Navy and Air Force troops of Libyan army, had bombed two weeks before the Turkish tanker off the coast of the city of Derna far east of the country, after being suspected cargo and its proximity to the coast without responding to the warnings of the Coast Guard.