European countries threaten abstractionists of negotiations between Libyans

France, Britain, Italy and Germany threatened Monday to impose sanctions on those that hinder negotiations between the two Libyan parties that aim at establishing transitional institutions until elections are held in December 2021.

The four European countries said in a joint statement published by the French presidency, "We are ready to take measures against the parties that hinder the Libyan political dialog forum and the other tracks of Berlin process. Also against those who continue to plunder government money and commit human rights violations in the country".

Turkish-backed personalities and entities hindered reaching agreements during Tunisia meetings.

Turkey continues sending weapons and mercenaries to Libya, and the German army confirmed today (Monday) that Turkey prevented German forces working within a military mission of the European Union from inspecting a Turkish cargo ship believed to be transferring weapons to Libya.



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