The Address | Benghazi – Libya
LIBYA – The UN Security Council was hailed by the UN Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) for its dedication to punish those behind attempts to weaken Libya’s stability and security.
The UNSMIL stressed that it “is encouraged by UN Security Council’s strong commitment to holding to account those seeking to undermine Libya’s stability and security and refusing to adhere to cease-fire agreements and continuing to threaten civilians and civilian facilities and sovereign institutions.”
It comes after a declaration of a deal between the U.S., UK, and France for sanctions to be slapped against Libyan terrorist leader Salah Badi.
The UK’s Foreign Minister assured: “we will continue to hold to account those seeking to undermine stability and security in Libya.”
It added “this designation will subject Salah Badi to a travel ban and asset freeze, thereby sending a clear message from the international community that acts of violence against the Libyan people will not be tolerated.”