Rocket fire hit the Libya functioning airport Sunday, violating a temporary truce.
According to the airport management, “Mitiga airport has been targeted by fire this morning, the first day of Eid al-Adha.”
Air traffic has been suspended till further notice.
The GNA blamed Haftar’s forces for the attack against the airport, and for a separate alleged attack in the Soug al-Jomaa district of Tripoli.
“Haftar’s militias have violated the truce twice,” GNA spokesman Mustafa al-Mejii told AFP.
“The first time targeted a home in Soug al-Jomaa, wounding three civilians, and the second hit Mitiga airport,” he added.
Located east of Tripoli, Mitiga is a former military airbase that has been used by civilian traffic since Tripoli’s international airport suffered severe damage during fighting in 2014.
Mitiga is in a zone under the control of forces loyal to the UN-recognised GNA and has often been targeted.
“We have noted the coordinates of the rocket fire from zones controlled by Haftar’s militias south of the capital” and passed them on to the UN mission in Libya (UNSMIL), Mejii said..
The truce had come after UN envoy Ghassan Salame had already called several times for humanitarian ceasefires, without success.
Over the past four months, 1,093 people have been killed in the fighting and 5,752 wounded, according to the World Health Organization (WHO), while more than 120,000 people have been displaced.