The spokesman for the Libyan Health Ministry Fawzi Awnis has confirmed that 14 people are injured due to the indiscriminate shelling of Khalifa Haftar’s terrorist militias on Al-Zawiya Hospital in Tripoli.
The shelling that came in the early hours of Thursday also targeted Tareeq Al-Soor, leaving civilians in panic and destroying a number of their properties.
Meanwhile, the Deputy Minister of Health, Mohammed Haythem, said the damage done to Al-Zawiya Hospital could lead to its shutdown, which is a massive healthcare problem amid the spread of Coronavirus.
He told Libya Alahrar that his government won’t be silent about the systematic attacks on hospitals by the “aggressors” and that it will urge the do-nothing Security Council to take a firmer stance against this shelling.
The shelling hit different sections of the hospital and nearby clinics, said the Deputy Minister of Health, adding that they condemn such an attack as it goes against all international laws and conventions.
24 members of the High Council of State (HCS) have submitted a proposal to the UN envoy Abdoulaye Bathily urging to organize a joint session