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With the truce continuing, Hifter continues to kill Libyans and close the source of their livelihood.

Since spokesperson of Hifter Ahmad Almismari announced in a statement starting his compliance with the ceasefire initiative in Tripoli, from 24:01 Sunday, 12 January, his militias have recorded breaches of the truce in several axes which was met with Resilience and a deterrent response from the army forces defending the capital and frustrating those Attacks.

The Hifter militias poured their bombing oo civilians after their failure in the field , targeting several residential neighborhoods in the capital, and vital institutions, most notably the Port of Tripoli and the Maitiga International Airport, and obstructing navigation.

By hiding behind the tribes, these militias caused the illegal closure of oil ports and fields on January 18, under false pretenses, in failed attempts to pressure and paralyze the life movement in the state, forgetting the human right of the Libyan people.

A unilateral ceasefire

The media Center for the Operation Volcano of Anger Thursday announced the killing of 21 civilians, and the injury of 31 others since the truce was announced and the cease-fire last January, explaining on its official page, that the dead and wounded are all civilians, men and women, and there are some children as young as a few months old.

Return to the starting point

As for the National Oil Corporation, it announced on Wednesday that oil production fell to its lowest level since 2011 to reach 135 thousand barrels per day.

The Corporation mintioned, in a statement issued recently, that the fall in production imposed by the illegal closure of the ports caused great financial losses exceeding two billion US dollars to reach two billion and 223 million US dollars.

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