Libyan detention centers are being air struck by outside forces, marking the worst kind of crime against humanity- this was confirmed in a report submitted by the former British ambassador to Libya, Peter Millett.
He then called on the UN security council to discuss at an ambassadorial level how outside powers are prolonging the conflict in Libya and extending the suffering of the Libyan people.
Recently, foreign fighter jets have again been seen carrying out precision missile strikes in areas where detention centers are present.
This has been confirmed by United Nations arms experts in launching precision missiles.
Without naming any country, the report mentions how ‘it is highly probable that the airstrike was carried out using precision-guided missiles by a fighter jet operated by a UN member state acting in direct support of Haftar armed forces.”
According to long term fact gathering and Millet’s claims, only UAE and Egypt have the kind of missile prowess right now. Even Turkey could be the one to engage in this kind of attack on the civil population.
It has been confirmed that Turkey has been pouring arms into Libya in support of the UN-backed Government of National Accord (GNA).
GNA has been under attack in Tripoli from Libyan warlord Khalifa Haftar’s forces, the Libyan National Army. Strangely, Turkey violates the UN arms embargo on Libya.
The justification to Millett’s claims comes in the light of the fact that Haftar’s air force does not have advanced equipment of the kind used the airstrikes or ordinance types to support the operation of the kind of Mirage aircraft which were seen flying over two detention centers. In fact, only the UAE and Egypt have the Mirage 2000-9 jets in that region.
It is worth noting that the militia supporting the UN-recognised Government of National Accord based in Tripoli had an arms supply dump near to the detention center.
It could be either UAE or Egypt or any other outside forces that wish to favor the other side of the Libyan civil war.
However, the report or the open session of the security council did not make any direct reference to a certain nation. There is no direct evidence to prove so.
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