A source from Volcano of Rage operation has confirmed that the Libyan Army forces entered and controlled the majority of Tripoli International Airport after advancing on it from three fighting axes as part of an intensive offensive.
The spokesman for the media office of Volcano of Rage Operation Mustafa Al-Majea said their forces controlled Wednesday most parts of the airport and entered the VIP lounge.
The Libyan National Oil Corporation (NOC) has accused the member of the Tobruk-based House of Representatives (HoR) Ali Al-Tikbali of incitement and spreading rumors against it.
The NOC said Wednesday in a statement on Facebook that it had taken notice of the dangerous claims made by Al-Tikbali and will take the necessary legal measures to file "four complaints" at the Attorney General's Office.
The mayor of Tobruk and the municipal members all resigned on Tuesday for unknown reasons, which some say they could be tribal conflict for state positions in the Libyan eastern city.
Likewise, the general director of Tobruk Airport Saad Jaballah has resigned in solidarity with the municipality, calling on the elders and civil societies to interfere and bridge the gap in the city and convince mayor Faraj Bu Al-Khatabiya to undo his resignation or all state institutions in Tobruk could shut down.
Women in Misrata city make food and sweets for Libyan army forces in south Tripoli front lines