Turkey at forefront.. European sanctions against violators of the arms embargo on Libya

European Union foreign ministers agreed to impose sanctions on violators of the arms embargo on Libya, with diplomats saying that three companies from Turkey, Jordan, Kazakhstan and two Libyan people are on the list.

The 27 European Union foreign ministers agreed to impose sanctions on violators of the arms embargo on Libya during a meeting in Brussels on Monday, the German news agency (DPA) reported.

European Union countries agreed to a tentative list of sanctions for entities and individuals who provided ships, aircraft, and other logistical services to transport combat equipment to Libya, according to EU diplomatic sources.

According to diplomats, three companies from Turkey, Jordan, Kazakhstan and two Libyan people are on the list, as the United Nations imposed a ban on arms exports to Libya, which has been in turmoil since the overthrow of Muammar Gaddafi in 2011.

ANHA


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