Geneva - Sana
The Secretary-General of the United Nations, António Guterres, warned of the continued presence of militants and foreign mercenaries in Libya, despite the announcement of a ceasefire agreement at the end of last year.
AFP quoted Guterres as saying in the context of a report submitted to the Security Council that despite the commitments made by the parties, air cargo activities with flights to various military bases in western and eastern regions of Libya are still continuing, adding: I reiterate my call to Member States and Libyan actors to End the arms embargo violations and facilitate the withdrawal of foreign fighters and mercenaries from the country.
Since the NATO aggression against it in 2011, Libya has witnessed a state of chaos and insecurity in light of the proliferation of weapons and terrorist organizations.
Last October, the United Nations Support Mission in Libya announced the signing of a permanent ceasefire agreement between the delegations of the Libyan National Army and the Government of National Accord participating in the talks of the Joint Military Committee, five plus five.