Salamé: Six to ten countries interfering in Libya

The Address | Benghazi – Libya

NEW YORK – The United Nations Special Envoy to Libya, Ghassan Salamé, has said that the northern African country is a “case study” when it comes to external interventions.

Speaking to a conference on Wednesday at the International Peace Institute (IPI) in New York, Salamé said there are so far “six to ten countries interfering at different levels” in Libya.

“It can start with political support; it can be selling arms ​​or providing military technical assistance,” he said.

“We must work to put an end to this conflict,” he said, regretting the “lack of unity in the Security Council” on the subject.


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