Member of Central Tripoli Municipal Council, Ismail Al-Nakaa, has called on the Presidential Council and the Government of National Unity to relocate the armed groups outside the capital.

Al-Nakaa explained in a press statement that moving the headquarters of armed formations outside Tripoli will contribute to reducing human and material losses, in the event of any clashes, in addition to making use of such headquarters, as was the case with the Girls' Military College, which was turned into a recreation space, as he put it.

Al-Nakaa described the clashes of the past two days as difficult for civilians, including elderly, women and children who were stranded, explaining that various neighborhoods witnessed random shootings on the night of the clashes.