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Russia’s ‘multilayered pie’ policy on Libya

On Dec. 7, US Army Gen. Stephen Townsend, commander of the United States Africa Command, said that an American drone reported lost near Libya’s capital, Tripoli, last month was in fact shot down by Russian air defenses. Townsend said the operators of the air defenses at the time “didn’t know it was a US remotely …

Libyan Army says pilot of aircraft shot down by its forces is wanted for war crimes

Commander of the Joint Operations Room, Major General Osama Juwaili has said that the pilot of the aircraft shot down yesterday near Zawiya city west of Tripoli, identified as “Amer al-Juqam”, is accused of committing war crimes in Tripoli and will be held accountable according to the law.

UN urges Libyan parties to commit to urgent ceasefire in Tripoli

The Members of the Security Council expressed their deep concern at the recent escalation of violence in Libya. The Members of the Security Council stressed the need for all parties urgently to de-escalate the situation and to commit to a ceasefire.

UNSC expresses concern on Libyan escalation, arms embargo, mercenary involvement and external interference

In a statement on the situation in Libya, the UN Security Council yesterday called on all parties to urgently de-escalate and to commit to a ceasefire. It reiterated its full support for UNSMIL head Ghassan Salame’s peace efforts and expressed concern on reported breaches of the arms embargo as well …