Brigadier Ahmad al-Musmari, a spokesman for the Libyan National Army, said Thursday that the armed attack on the Crescent oil region was aimed at obstructing the elections, pointing out that the army's control of the Crescent oil came with air support and shelling of the positions of militants.
Al-Mismari said during a press conference in Benghazi that the liberation of the city of Derna means the loss of al-Qaeda to its most important bases in Libya, adding that the Libyan army is fighting al-Qaeda. In international affairs, Abdel Raouf Bali, with Heba Al-Ghamrawi, via the news item.
Note: The contents of the article (a Libyan journalist reveals the implications of the army's restoration of control of the Crescent Petroleum) was published first on the site (Al-Ghad) and does not bear the encyclopedia of this news day content in any way.
You can see the details of this title (a Libyan journalist reveals the signs of the army's restoration of control of the oil crescent) through its original source any site (Al-Ghad).