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Stephanie Williams, UN Deputy Special Representative for Libya, told a news conference that the UN Security Council’s arms embargo against Libya has become a joke because of its numerous violations.
“The sanctions against Libya have become a joke. We have to start taking action, yes, it is difficult,” Sputnik reports. “Because violations of land sanctions occur on land, at sea, in the air. We need to observe all of this and take accountability.”
According to the Special Envoy, Libya has a large number of weapons, including advanced weapons, which pose a threat to regional peace and security.
The first meeting of the International Committee on Libya was held in Munich on Sunday, which decided to set up the committee at a January 19 conference in Berlin.