UN and Germany planning Libya summit 5/10

Embargo continues to be violated

17 September, 15:21

    (ANSAmed) - BERLIN, SEPTEMBER 17 - The UN and Germany are planning to hold another online summit on Libya on October 5, DPA reports.

    The meeting will include UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres, foreign ministers, and representatives of the conflicting parties in Libya, as well as representatives from Germany and the UN, the United States, Britain, France, China, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates, the Republic of Congo, Italy, Egypt and Algeria as well as the European Union, the African Union and the Arab League.

    The meeting comes after Berlin organized a summit in January, where parties agreed to stop supplying weapons to the warring factions but the agreement was not implemented.

    Violations of the weapons embargo have been recorded by the UN by Turkey, Russia, and the UAE, all countries that signed the final declaration, Deutsche Well reported. (ANSAmed).

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