In a televised speech, the Libyan National Army spokesman, Major General Ahmed al-Mismari, announced the conditions for reopening oil ports and fields, saying that a transparent mechanism should be put in place, with international guarantees, to ensure that oil revenues do not go to support Accord Government and mercenaries.
Al-Mismari called for the opening of a special account in one of the countries, in which oil revenues are deposited, with a clear mechanism for the equitable distribution of these revenues to all the Libyan people and all regions, noting the need to review the accounts of the Central Bank of Libya to know how the destinations of oil revenues are spent during the past years, and to hold accountable those who caused in wasting oil revenues and misplacing them.
Al-Mismari also pointed out that without achieving this, and implementing the demands and orders of the Libyan people, it will not be possible to re-open the oil ports and fields.
In addition, he stressed that the national army values the Libyan people’s confidence in leading the Libyan armed forces by delegating them to negotiate with the international community in order to achieve all the demands.
The National Oil Corporation, estimated on Saturday, the losses of oil closings by 6 billion and 738 million and 228 thousand dollars during 175 days from the closure of oil fields and ports that began in January, according to a statistic published on its Facebook page.