EU: We Will Seek to Issue Sanctions Against Those Obstructing Political Process in Libya – Al Marsad

Diplomats from the European Union (EU) delegation said in a statement that the EU will seek to issue sanctions against those obstructing the political process in Libya.

(LIBYA, 9 March 2021) – The same sources added in a message that the EU will work to impose sanctions through it and through the United Nations (UN) on any obstacles to the the political process in Libya.

The statement said, “The European Union welcomed the convening of the House of Representatives (HoR) again, and hopes that it will accomplish the required duties, leading to the elections in December.”

The message affirmed that the EU was looking forward to a unified government for Libya that aspires to unify the institutions in the country and meet the needs of the Libyan people, especially in health, following the outbreak of the Covid-19.

The message also expressed the EU’s strong support for the achievements of the work of the 5+5 Joint Military Committee (JMC), hoping to complete the rest of its provisions, including the removal of all mercenaries and foreign forces from Libya, the opening of roads and airports, and the unification of military institutions.