LNA sets up new Rada force for central military zone
By Libya Herald reporter.
Tunis, 14 October 2017:
A new Rada (“deterrence”) unit based in Ajdabiya has been set up by the Libyan National Army (LNA) for its new central military region. The person appointed to lead it is Lieutenant Mohamed Hamed Al-Senussi Al-Buishi.
The announcement was made by Brigadier Mohamed Ben Nayel, the head of the LNA’s Rada units for central and southern Libya.
The central or Gulf of Sidra military zone stretches from Sirte in the west to Sidi Abdelati, some sixty kilometres north of Ajdabiya. Its southern limit is Zillah. The zone, along with those for Misrata, Tripoli and Zawia, was established last month on the order of House of Representatives President Ageela Saleh.
The Rada forcce has nothing to do with those in Tripoli headed by Abdul Raouf Kara.