Three soldiers of the Libyan special forces were injured after a rocket fired by a terrorist group hit their position in Benghazi.
In exclusive statements to MENA on Sunday, Spokesman for the Special Forces Colonel Miloud Zwai said first aid was provided for the wounded.
Meanwhile, he said that Interior Minister Mohamed el Fakheri visited the special forces and discussed the latest security and political developments as well as means of fostering cooperation.
The minister also thanked the special forces for their sacrifices.
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