One civilian was reported injured from indiscriminate LNA shelling in the Airport road area of Tripoli despite an ongoing ceasefire.
Al Wasat said: “The National Oil Corporation announced that shells fell on the airport road warehouse south of Tripoli, which belongs to Al Barika Oil Marketing Company, on Thursday evening, which led to the burning of seven trucks belonging to the company and wounding a member of the security of the oil installations with shrapnel while helping firefighters to enter the warehouse.”
Libya Alahrar TV posted that “a number of transportation trucks are on fire in Al Barika oil complex, as a result of the firing of mortar shells by a militia on the complex.”
The National Oil Corporation said: “Engineer Mustafa Sanallah, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the National Oil Corporation, commented: ‘The warehouse has been bombed several times since the start of the violence in Tripoli, threatening the safety of its workers, and has complicated the process of supplying fuel to Tripoli and the surrounding areas, which is totally unacceptable. The Brega company will continue to deliver the necessary fuel to the stations in the capital.'”
Hona Souq Al-Khmies noted that “eight trucks” burnt.
The rival GNA-led Burkan Al Ghadab operation accused the LNA of conducting the shelling.
The incident occured in the evening.