Weapons and mercenaries pouring into Libya? The UN Security Council has spoken

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 Weapons and mercenaries pouring into Libya? The UN Security Council has spoken


Fighters of the government of national unity in Libya

In a resolution adopted on September 15, the UN Security Council extended the UN mission in Libya for 12 months to monitor human rights violations in Libya and ensure a cease-fire between the warring parties.

(function(){( window.slotbydup=window .slotbydup||[]).push({id:u5811557,container:ssp_ 5811557, async:true }After the fall of Gaddafis regime in 2011, Libya fell into chaos. For the past six years, the government of national unity supported by Turkey and the national army of Libya supported by Russia, the United Arab Emirates and Egypt have been at war with each other. Foreign supporters of both sides delivered a large number of weapons and ammunition and sent a large number of mercenaries into Libya, in violation of the UN arms embargo on Libya since 2011, the report said. Recently, the UN special envoy for Libya, Stephanie Williams, told the Security Council that countries are accumulating weapons in Libya, which is a clear violation of Libyas sovereignty. This round of weapons hoarding comes at a time when the battle for oil-rich Sirte is about to start. Since January this year, the National Army led by haftar has occupied Sirte. In addition, U.S. Africa Command said pilots from Wagner group, a private Russian security contractor, were flying more than a dozen fighters on mission in Libya. (end) source of this article: Yao Wenguang, editor in charge of global network_ NN1682

After the fall of Qaddafi in 2011, the regime fell into chaos. For the past six years, the government of national unity supported by Turkey and the national army of Libya supported by Russia, the United Arab Emirates and Egypt have been at war with each other.

Foreign supporters of both sides delivered a large number of weapons and ammunition and sent a large number of mercenaries into Libya, in violation of the UN arms embargo on Libya since 2011, the report said. Recently, the UN special envoy for Libya, Stephanie Williams, told the Security Council that countries are accumulating weapons in Libya, which is a clear violation of Libyas sovereignty. This round of weapons hoarding comes at a time when the battle for oil-rich Sirte is about to start. Since January this year, the National Army led by haftar has occupied Sirte.

In addition, U.S. Africa Command said pilots from Wagner group, a private Russian security contractor, were flying more than a dozen fighters on mission in Libya. (end)