U.N. report: five countries delivered weapons to Libya in violation of the ban

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 U.N. report: five countries delivered weapons to Libya in violation of the ban


The report, drafted by independent sanctions observers and submitted to the UN Security Councils Libya sanctions committee, found that Turkey, the United Arab Emirates, Jordan, Russia and Qatar violated the UN arms embargo against Libya.

Turkey and Qatar support Libyas national unity government recognized by the United Nations, while Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, Russia and other countries support the Libyan National Army led by haftar.

The report also found that Egypt, Jordan, Russia, Syria, Qatar, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates and other countries violated the United Nations sanctions and did not seriously inspect the ships or aircraft going to Libya.

The report highlights the deep involvement of Turkey, Russia and the United Arab Emirates in the situation in Libya, saying that Turkey and the United Arab Emirates have been transporting weapons to Libya extensively, openly and in total disregard of the sanctions measures. From November 2019 to July 2020, a total of 338 Russian military aircraft flew to Libya.

But Russias special envoy to the United Nations, Vassili nebenzya, refused to make any statement about Russias intervention in Libya. There are no Russian soldiers in Libya at the moment. He said.

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