In meeting in Tripoli to discuss the latest about the attack on Tripoli by Khalifa Haftar's forces, the Presidential Council's (PC) Head Fayez Al-Sarraj explained the current military position on frontlines and the achievements made by the forces repelling the attack on Tripoli.
The meeting was attended by members Ahmed Mitig, Abdelsalam Kajman, Mohammed Al-Emmari and Ahmed Hamza.
A group of civil society institutions held a protest outside the UN mission in Libya to denounce the war staged by warlord Khalifa Haftar on Tripoli and demand the UN to exert pressure on France, UAE, Egypt and Saudi Arabia to stop their support to him
The Interior Minister of the Libyan Presidential Council's government Fathi Bashagha said unity and peace are very vital, but they don't come through gimmicks and fait accompli policies or military escalation.
In a statement on Wednesday, Bashagha said the attack on Tripoli is illegitimate and unlawful and thus its consequences won't be legal.
He warned the attacking forces that they will be forcefully thwarted if they don't return to their positions, saying Tripoli is a red line.
Western and central regions' mayors have reiterated their support for repelling the attack on Tripoli by Khalifa Haftar's forces.
A statement by the mayors hailed the efforts and actions of the Presidential Council's government that aimed to defend western Libya and secure its residents.
They also denounced the attack on Gharyan city and Tripoli as well as their targeting of civilians and properties.