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Libyan PNS forces announced "leveling the front" in the Sabha region

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Libyan PNS forces announced "leveling the front" in the Sabha region

The troops of the Government of National Accord, supported by pro-Turkish militants, said they were able to level the front in the Sabha area.


It is noted that the forces of Marshal Haftar were pushed eastward from the Sabha - Ash-Shureif line, and for the “western” LNA grouping, the supply lines were “cut”. It is added that at the moment, PNS units continue to attack Sirte in order to take this strategically important city under their control.

The following combat map option is presented:



The forces of Marshal Haftar operate on another map, which shows the situation in Libya in the mode of constant updating.



If you believe this map, then no alignment of the front in the Sabha area, which is announced by pro-Turkish militants as part of the PNS forces, did not happen. The "corridor" from the borders with Tunisia and Algeria to the Sabha and further east continues to be under the control of the Libyan National Army. Accordingly, there is no encirclement of the "Western grouping" of the forces of Marshal Khalifa Haftar.

In other words, in addition to the war “on earth” there is also a “war of cards”, where each side is trying to present the situation in the best light for itself.

Meanwhile, transport vessels (often under the flags of African countries - for example, Tanzania) from Turkish ports continue to deliver military supplies to Tripoli and Misrata. In Libya, the volume of arms and military equipment supplied by Ankara is growing, which operates quite openly, noting that it supports the legitimate government of Saraj. At the same time, in the UAE and Egypt, the Saraj government is not considered legitimate, but is talked about the legitimacy of the Libyan parliament, which in turn supports the forces of Marshal Haftar. This dual power threatens that the war in Libya will drag on for many years. So, there are forces to which this is beneficial.
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Twitter / tarihpolitika, libya.liveuamap.com/
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  1. nobody111body
    nobody111body 16 June 2020 08: 01 New
    -6
    Of course, this endless war-to prevent a handful of Jews from developing and robbing Libyan oil and gas is also a good success; Well, it’s necessary to fight and not to play war games otherwise the losses will increase at times; how in Syria these planes will be shot down and we won’t have these David’s star painted; and Haftar will also be able to catch this saraj in the cauldron
    1. Volodin
      Volodin 16 June 2020 08: 18 New
      +4
      Quote: nobody
      Of course, this endless war-to prevent a handful of Jews from developing and robbing Libyan oil and gas is also a good success; Well, it’s necessary to fight and not to play war games

      Is Erdogan a Jew? What a surprise laughing
      1. Mountain shooter
        Mountain shooter 16 June 2020 08: 21 New
        +7
        Quote: Volodin
        Is Erdogan a Jew? What a surprise

        And what? If you take off your pants - do not distinguish ... tongue
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      3. nobody111body
        nobody111body 16 June 2020 09: 09 New
        -1
        don’t you think that this same Erdogan (Turks, Turks, Turks) will find funds for the development of Libyan gas fields? naivety? or pretend? or is it your "piece of bread" - but as a "big club" he needs a bunch of rich America, most of whom are Jews, and they push him into these adventurous wars; where supposedly "all against all" is the favorite expression of pro-Jewish propaganda
      4. tihonmarine
        tihonmarine 16 June 2020 09: 26 New
        0
        Quote: Volodin
        Is Erdogan a Jew? What a surprise

        If you look closely, it looks like.
    2. really
      really 16 June 2020 08: 31 New
      +2
      By your logic, the whole world is in ruin, if only everyone whom they consider to be Jews did not work.
    3. illi
      illi 16 June 2020 08: 59 New
      +3
      Of course, this endless war-to prevent a handful of Jews from developing and robbing Libyan oil and gas is also a good success;

      Well for some, Jews are a bit of evil gods. They invisibly spoil the whole world.
      Although it seems like Libyan oil is not averse to using our oligarchs. Otherwise, what place are we climbing for?
      1. tihonmarine
        tihonmarine 16 June 2020 09: 28 New
        +1
        Quote: illi
        Although it seems like Libyan oil is not averse to using our oligarchs.

        Oligarchs they have neither nationality, nor faith, nor gender, just oligarchs.
        1. illi
          illi 16 June 2020 09: 44 New
          +1
          Oligarchs they have neither nationality, nor faith, nor gender, just oligarchs.

          Well, I would still divide them, there is some kind of grouping behind each oligarch, you cannot survive alone at such heights. Each group has some kind of national (power) cover, otherwise the group cannot survive. In general, it’s quite an economic war, turning into a hot phase in the third world.
          Under Putin, our oligarchy fled and went international, and everyone chooses to be proud of it or to grieve.
      2. halpat
        halpat 16 June 2020 09: 45 New
        -1
        Otherwise, what place are we climbing for?

        A international debt ??
        1. illi
          illi 16 June 2020 09: 55 New
          0
          A international debt ??

          Frightened)) Internationalist musicians, conduct a charity tour with a Wagner concert in places of color revolutions.
  2. knn54
    knn54 16 June 2020 08: 41 New
    0
    The PNS showed a promising map, and Haftar yesterday / yesterday ..
    We are waiting, sir.
    1. really
      really 16 June 2020 09: 32 New
      0
      An interesting option, just like in a joke about the Brezhnev and Nixon race
  3. Ros 56
    Ros 56 16 June 2020 08: 47 New
    +2
    I remember the Nazis at one time also muttered about the alignment of the front line, when the Red Army gave them the brains.
  4. parusnik
    parusnik 16 June 2020 09: 29 New
    +1
    This dual power threatens that the war in Libya will drag on for many years. So, there are forces to which this is beneficial.
    .... Gaddafi, when they threw off, it was also beneficial for someone .... The war in Libya for a long time ... in the event of someone's victory, will give rise to a new one ...
    1. really
      really 16 June 2020 09: 36 New
      +2
      Leaders are usually thrown off due to internal problems of the country, which the leader either failed to solve or did everything to make them appear. Gaddafi refers to the second case.
  5. Vladimir61
    Vladimir61 16 June 2020 10: 39 New
    +2
    What they measure there and who helps in this is understandable, but alas, the result is not in favor of Haftar. In April 2019, Haftar forces occupied 90% of the territory of Libya. After the first assault on Tripoli, PNS ministers fled to neighboring Tunisia, the war seemed to end ... And where is Haftar now ?.
  6. Alsur
    Alsur 16 June 2020 10: 45 New
    +1
    Quote: really
    Leaders are usually thrown off due to internal problems of the country, which the leader either failed to solve or did everything to make them appear. Gaddafi refers to the second case.

    The leader is to blame. But he was removed, did it allow something? For me, it’s not just the leaders. The USSR fell apart not from the fact that some agent or two agents did it, but from the indifference of the population. The same is in Libya. Take the north of Africa: Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Lebanon, Syria. The countries are similar, but everyone has a different fate. Tunisia is the calmest, although the Arab spring began precisely from it. Morocco is probably the second most calm, if it weren’t for the conflict with Algeria over natural resources, in general quietness and smoothness would have been. Algeria punished itself by organizing a civil war of nationalists and supporters of the French protectorate, as well as a war with the colonial French troops. As a result, he lost more than he gained. Libya is in ruin. Egypt only thanks to a military coup is kept from big problems. Lebanon, Syria are in ruins, these two countries are more characterized by multinationality and their problems are at least understandable, it is difficult to agree when there are a lot of nationalities, but the path here is the same - mutual respect for the interests of population groups. But this is just not there, and only the peoples inhabiting these countries are to blame.
    Why, even in countries with a predominantly Arab population in Tunisia, everything is calm, and in Algeria, Egypt are constantly fighting with nationalists. In my opinion, without the support of the local population, the militants would not exist, as in Tunisia.
    Therefore, it is not the leaders who are to blame, but the population.