The United States led a contingent of troops from Libya during the weekend against a background of violence in the capital Tripoli, said Supreme Allied Commander in America in Africa.
"Local security realities in Libya are becoming increasingly complex and unpredictable," said General of the Marine Corps Thomas Waldhauser, commander of the US command in Africa, in a statement.
"Even when adjusting forces, we will continue to be agile in support of the existing strategy. "
" The contingent of American forces supporting Africa has been temporarily relocated from Libya in response to security conditions, "the militant team said." We will continue to monitor the situation on the ground and assess the feasibility Recovering US military presence, if appropriate. "
EXPLANATION: The US-supported contingent of AFRICOM has temporarily moved from Libya in response to security conditions. We will continue to monitor the situation on the ground and assess the expediency of restoring the US military presence if it is necessary.
̵1; US AFRICOM (@USAfricaCommand) On April 7, 2019, the Libyan military commander, General Khalifa Haftar, ordered his troops to attack the government in Tripoli on Thursday.
The fight, including aviators, continued throughout the day off. in frustrations since the former dictator Muammar Gaddafi was dropped in 2011.
Libyan National Army General is trying to take over the government from the internationally recognized Government of the National Agreement (GNA). saying on Sunday that his forces would enter a counteroffensive called "The Volcano of Wrath" to "clean up all the Libyan cities from aggressors and illegitimate forces."
retary of state Mike Pompeo Michael (Mike) Richard Pompeotru Administrator Cancelles Prosecutor's Visa Of International Criminal Court Convicting Afghan War Crimes Overnight Defense: Legislators Call On Trump Not To Take Yemen Resolution | Pentagon first recognizes mortality in Somalia | Pompeo is "confident" at the third North Korean summit Pompe is "convinced" that the third North Korean summit will be held MORE on Sunday issued a statement expressing concern about the situation in Libya and condemning the attack on Hafthar. We talked about the fact that we are opposed to the military offensive by the Khalifa Khattak forces and call for an immediate end to these military actions against the Libyan capital, "he said. "This one-sided military campaign against Tripoli endangers civilians and undermines prospects for a better future for all the Libyans"