Egypt's Navy marked Thursday its 54th anniversary by carrying out several naval and air formations that were on hand to receive the units returning from combat missions
Egypt's Armed Forces stated Thursday that 13 “takfiri” elements have been killed in shootouts in Central and North Sinai.
The meeting discussed the Geneva decisions and ways to implement their provisions by focusing on evacuating foreign forces and expediting the expulsion of mercenaries.
Military forces took also the required precautions, deploying rapid intervention forces and elements of the thunderbolt, parachutes, and military police.
The Armed Forces launched a new website to manage the affairs of the army officers, Armed Forces Spokesman Tamer el Refaei said.
“We’re closely following up developments taking place in Tripoli,” said the General Command in a statement Monday.
This came during a meeting with the Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli, the Minister of Communications and the Director of the Signal Corps in the Armed Forces.
Al Mesmari extended thanks to the Arab countries that backed Libya to overcome this crisis and counter-terrorism and foreign interference.
The raid resulted in killing a number of Takfiri elements.
Minister Zaki expressed heartfelt feelings over the occasion, wishing Egyptian Copts welfare and happiness.
The Libyan National Army announced on Tuesday that their air defense forces shot down a Turkish drone in the south of the capital of Tripoli.
Sisi inspected the Armed Forces equipment, elements and teams assisting the state civil sector in fighting the outbreak of the novel coronavirus contagion.
The Libyan Air Force on Tuesday launched three raids targeting Tripoli militias in Ain Zara in the south of the capital, Sky News reported.
The announcement is about the operations carried between September 28 to date.
On Thursday, the president attended the commencement of the first batch of the Armed Forces College of Medicine.
Addressing all elderly women in Egypt, Sisi said “Your son [he] is honest and sincere man.”
Twitter users in Egypt circulated a hashtag that supports Egypt’s military forces and its commander in chief of the armed forces President Abdel Fatah al Sisi.
Joint army and resistance forces made a new progress over the past few hours and retook hills and posts in northern al Dhale, where Houthi militias have been stationed.
Khaled al-Mahjoub, the head of the Libyan National Army mobilization department, said the army is proceeding with its war against the militias in the capital Tripoli.
The visit comes on the sidelines of the meetings to be held by the Egyptian National Committee on Libya in Cairo, to seek political consensus among Libyan parties.