The Chairman of the Presidential Council (PC), Fayez Al-Sarraj, said Tuesday that the "Volcano of Rage" operation will continue until it achieves its goals, and puts back the democratic process on track.
The Foreign Minister of the Presidential Council Mohammed Sayala called on the UN Security Council to take immediate measures to stop the attack on Libya's capital Tripoli and to deter the leaders of the attack as well as to oblige those parties to return to the political process.
The spokesman for the Libyan Army under the command of the Presidential Council Mohammed Gununu said their forces are advancing on all fighting axes and are continuing to secure the capital's surrounding territory.
Gununu added in a press conference on Tuesday that their Air Force had targeted supplies for Khalifa Haftar's forces in southern Sirte, Jufra, and Al-Shwairif.
An armed group, believed to be linked to ISIS, attacked Fuqaha town in Al-Jufra on Tuesday dawn, killing at least two people and kidnapping a third then leaving after burning several houses.
Sources reported that a number of vehicles entered the town and then the gunmen cut power and telecommunications, and then they carried out their attack.
The Presidential Council (PC) has welcomed the United States stance that has been expressed by the Secretary of State Mike Pompeo who urged Khalifa Haftar's forces to stop military operations and return to status quo positions.
In a statement on Monday, the PC hailed the US stance which regarded Haftar's attack on Tripoli an individual act that threatens civilians and undermines stability and political process.
These underage boys were arrested fighting alongside warlord Khalifa Haftar in his war on Tripoli. According to military sources, Haftar promised to pay LYD 4000 dinars for each underage boy who agrees to join the fight.