The report of a United Nations expert committee monitored a series of crimes committed by the UAE in Libya as part of its aggressive military intervention to spread chaos and sabotage in the country and plunder its capabilities and wealth.
The Libyan delegate to the United Nations, Ambassador Taher Al-Sunni, announced that the report of the experts committee revealed the UAE’s involvement in supporting Haftar’s militias in launching attacks on Libyan cities and causing many crimes.
“The report of the Committee of Experts revealed the Emirates’ involvement 11 times in supporting violations and crimes in Libya,” Al-Sunni said before a meeting of the UN Security Council, noting that the report “revealed the UAE’s support for the armored corps, defense systems and drones.”
He stressed that “what is happening from the aggression against Tripoli is another chapter from creating chaos by some foreign countries,” and that “the current aggression was prepared for years ago”, calling on the members of the Security Council for a serious position to document the crimes of the United Nations.
He stressed that “any political dialogue must start from the Libyan political agreement,” calling on the “Security Council to expedite the issuance of a resolution supporting the outputs of the Berlin Conference” held this month to discuss a political solution in Libya.
The report of the United Nations Committee of Experts has monitored the provision of armored militia militias, air defense systems, drones and laser projectiles to Haftar militias, as well as Emirati companies sending Sudanese youth to Libya without their knowledge to fight as mercenaries.
Two days ago, the internationally recognized Government of National Accord escalated against the UAE and its aggressive military intervention in the country by asking the United Nations to investigate Abu Dhabi violations and its involvement in spreading chaos and vandalism in the country.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Government of the National Accord in Tripoli addressed a formal request to the UN mission, the Security Council and the sponsors of the Berlin conference to take the necessary measures to investigate the UAE’s military involvement in Libya, stressing that the UAE was “involved in the killing of the Libyans.”
The ministry said in a statement that “there is no longer any doubt about the UAE’s involvement in killing the Libyans and thwarting any efforts to settle the political crisis in the Libyan crisis.”
The Foreign Ministry indicated that the Sudanese Foreign Ministry’s statement regarding its citizens working for private companies in the UAE confirms the Turkish intervention in Libya.
It stated that “the transfer of security guards to locations in Libya in this form of camouflage can only be explained in the context of the role the UAE plays in supporting the militias of Haftar by deceiving young people and bringing them first to Libya under any pretext and later to throw them into the furnace of war that they have nothing to do with, exploiting their need to work to improve their living conditions.”
The ministry statement indicated that “this incident is not the first and will not be the last from this country, as it previously contributed to this type of crime and with young people of different nationalities in the worst forms of exploitation of the human need for work and a decent life.”
There has recently been a gradual start in the United Nations recognition of the crimes of Haftar, specifically through the report of the United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, who for the first time named Haftar as responsible for the deaths of more than 280 civilians and the injury of 363 others, and even named the UAE as responsible for bombing civilian sites.