UN condemns arms shipments to Libya | TOP-NEWS
Several aircraft carrying weapons and foreign troops have landed at Libyan airports in the past 10 days.

UN condemns arms shipments to Libya

Several aircraft with weapons have landed in Libya in the past week in defiance of the ban.
The UN condemned arms shipments to Libya, which continue in defiance of the current embargo and the Berlin Conference. This was stated in the statement of the UN Support Mission in Libya on Sunday, January 26.

A shaky truce between the internationally recognized Government of National Accord and the Libyan National Army, reached on 12 January, has been threatened by the continued transfer of foreign military and weapons to Libya by UN countries, including from those who participated in the Berlin Conference.

Several aircraft carrying weapons and foreign troops have landed at Libyan airports in the past 10 days.

“The Mission condemns the continuing violations that could lead to the restoration and investment of hostilities (in Libya – Ed.) “The Mission said in a statement.

Last weekend, a conference on the situation in Libya was held in Berlin. It adopted a document calling for the disarmament of paramilitary groups and the cessation of all military movements in the country.

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