The Acting United Nations Envoy Stephenie Williams has blamed Khalifa Haftar’s militias for planting mines and IEDs in the areas they had fled from in south Tripoli, leading to a massive number of deaths and injuries among civilians.
Williams said at a forum organized by the Arab Center for Studies that it was very necessary that the documented evidence would be protected around the mass graves and in the areas of mines and IEDs to send them to the International Criminal Court.
Williams indicated that the solution to the legitimacy issue and the fight for resources and power in Libya isn’t impossible, adding that it could be through decreasing the number of Presidential Council members, forming a technocrat government and separating the post of Prime Minister from the Presidential Council, in addition to forming a government to provide services to people.
Libya’s Oil and Gas Ministry responds to Tunisian President’s remarks on Bouri field
The Libyan Minister of Oil and Gas Mohammed Oun explained that the case of the Bouri oilfield was decided by a ruling from the International