UN Urges Libya to Stop Civilian Attacks

The United Nations demands an end to ‘indiscriminate’ attacks against civilians in Libya

The United Nations (UN) has demanded an end to ‘indiscriminate’ attacks against civilians in Libya and warned Tripoli that anyone who violates international law will be brought to justice.
 
UN secretary-general, Ban Ki-moon, appointed former Foreign Minister of Jordan, Abdelilah Al-Khatib, as his special envoy to Libya to undertake urgent consultations with the authorities in Tripoli and in the region on the immediate humanitarian situation.
 
In a press statement, Ban states that he spoke with Libyan Foreign Minister, Musa Kusa, and told him that Tripoli must uphold their responsibility to protect the country's citizens and to heed the Libyan people's legitimate aspirations to live in dignity and peace.
 
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Source: 
News24

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