Violations of Libya Embargo: EU countries plan sanctions

Germany, France and Italy want to stem the continuing weapons deliveries to the war-torn country of Libya with EU sanctions. The three countries have agreed to

Violations of Libya Embargo: EU countries plan sanctions

Germany, France and Italy want to stem the continuing weapons deliveries to the war-torn country of Libya with EU sanctions. The three countries have agreed to information of the German press Agency on a list of companies and individuals, ships, aircraft, or other logistics for the Transport of weapons to deploy against the since 2011 existing UN Embargo. Specifically, according to data from EU-circles, three companies from Turkey, Jordan, and Kazakhstan, as well as two persons from Libya.

In Libya ever since the overthrow of long-time ruler Muammar al-Gaddafi in the 2011 civil war. The government troops are supported by Turkey, your opponent is General Khalifa Haftar, in turn, from Jordan, the United Arab Emirates and Russia. All Attempts to mediate in the conflict have so far been unsuccessful - even a Libya conference in Berlin in January. For Germany, France and Italy, the solution is also important, because the chaotic conditions conducive to the business of the Smugglers, the migrants illegally across the Mediterranean to Europe.

Updated Date: 09 August 2020, 23:19

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