The Libyan Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah called on Khalifa Haftar's forces, which attacked the capital, Tripoli, in 2019, and their allies, to hand over maps of the mines that were planted south of Tripoli.

During a visit made by Dbeibah, accompanied by state officials, to check on the condition of citizen Ibrahim Al-Habbashi, who was injured as a result of a mine explosion in Ain Zara area, he said that "the dirty war that was launched recently is still impacting the people."

Dbeibah pointed out that those who planted mines in people's homes and on the roads are still "playing with the lives of civilians and children unless they provide mines' maps. Dbeibah also issued direct instructions to transfer the citizen Ibrahim Al-Habbashi to Tunisia to complete his treatment and implant artificial limbs for him.

Al-Habbashi suffered many injuries and lost limbs after he suffered a landmine explosion in the Ain Zara area while he was working to dig a water well in one of the houses in the area. The mines are remnants of Khalifa Haftar's aggression against Tripoli.