Earlier yesterday, the General Command of the Libyan National Army, Ahmed E-Mismari, warned ships and airplanes not to approach in air or sea space without prior coordination.
The Libyan warning comes amid continuous transportation of mercenaries and weapons to Tripoli militias by Turkey.
Last Sunday, the Libyan army announced that Turkey took advantage of the ceasefire to bring in more mercenaries and weapons to destroy Libyan lands. The Libyan Air Force also targeted a number of tanks and military vehicles belonging to the militias after their movement in the vicinity of the Al-Washeka area, west of Sirte, according to Libyan military sources.
Earlier last Thursday, a Libyan military source said that two Turkish military cargo planes were detected as they left Libyan territory, toward Ankara.
Speaking to Al-Ain News, the source added that the plane was carrying equipment to supply the Turkish operations in the region.
He added that, in parallel, it was monitored the departure of another A400 military cargo plane that started from Misrata after dropping off a new batch of Syrian mercenaries there.
On the other hand, the Libyan army confirmed that it is completely ready to deal with any target within the Libyan territorial waters.
Brigadier Khaled Al Mahjoub, Director of the Moral Guidance Department of the Libyan Army, said in press statements that Turkey continues to bring mercenaries to Libya.