No mercenaries have been deported from Libya so far, JMC member says

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No mercenaries have been deported from Libya so far, JMC member says

January 02, 2022 - 19:53
Written by: LibyaMohammed

A member of the Joint Military Commission (JMC) 5 + 5 representing Haftar's forces, Faraj Al-Susaa, said that “no mercenaries have been deported so far, pending the approval of the government and officials in the western region”.

Al-Susaa added that there is a plan to deport 300 mercenaries to confirm the goodwill initiative, under the supervision of international observers, saying that the mercenaries’ exit plan, which was developed under the auspices of the United Nations, will start simultaneously on both sides.

A member of the JMC who also represents Haftar, Mraja’ Al-Amami, stated on Saturday that 300 fighters of Sudanese nationality who were in the ranks of Haftar's forces have been deported to their country.