Foreign-installed Puppet Government in Tripoli Declares State of Emergency


Foreign-installed Puppet Government in Tripoli Declares State of Emergency

MOSCOW (Sputnik) – The Presidential Council of the Libyan Government of National Accord (GNA) declared a state of emergency in the country’s capital of Tripoli on Monday over the deadly clashes at the Mitiga International Airport, according to the GNA’s statement.

Earlier in the day, the clashes between the Special Deterrence Force and a militant group based in Tajoura neighborhood erupted near the Mitiga airport in Tripoli, claiming the lives of at least 11 people and injuring over 20, according to media reports.

“We announce the state of emergency in Tripoli until the security personnel manage to end the clashes that are terrifying the residents around the Mitiga airport, ” the statement read, as quoted by the Libyan Express media outlet.

Following the incident, the flights to and from Tripoli were halted and redirected to the International Misrata airport in the city of Misrata.

Libya has been in turmoil since the 2011 NATO war against the country and the brutal assassination of revolutionary leader Muammar Gaddafi.

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One comment on “Foreign-installed Puppet Government in Tripoli Declares State of Emergency

  1. That final sentence tells it all ! Now who was behind that 2011 terrorist attack ? Yes, that is exactly what it was, it was a (((terrorist))) attack ! Humanitarian intervention is what (((they))) called it just to fool we citizens of the USA. Well, they didn’t fool all of us ! My heart is with the Libyan people, and I pray that you are able to work out a real solution that is by, for, and of the Libyan people. i.e. NO INTERFERENCE FROM THE OUTSIDE !

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