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UN warns Haftar to go into Tripoli
"UN warns Haftar to go into Tripoli"

"the Warlord Khalifa Haftars forces have advanced towards Tripoli from several directions."

"Both the UN security council, which the G7 countries warn Haftar to go further, into the Libyan capital."

"Khalifa Haftars militia, the Libyan national army (LNA) took over on Friday, the village of Suq al-Khamis about four miles south of the capital. By the time it was LNA-forces to the west of Tripoli, only about three miles from the town."

"Later in the evening, advanced LNA further and captured the former international airport as well as the towns of Tarhouna, Qaser bin Ghasir and al-Aziziya outside Tripoli, according to Ahmad Mismari, spokesman for the LNA."

"Shortly thereafter recaptured by the government forces, announced the minister of the interior Fathi Ali Bashagha in libyan TV. He added that clashes are ongoing in the area surrounding the airport."

"Khalifa Haftars maneuver has surprised the united nations, whose security council late on Friday warned Haftar in order to continue their offensive. After a snabbinkallat meeting in New York behind closed doors, and called Haftar to stop the offensive and warned that those responsible for the escalation of the conflict would be held responsible."

"the Statement was unanimous, which means that Russia, which previously supported Haftar, endorses it."

" Members of the security council expressed deep concern over military activity near Tripoli, which threatens the stability and the prospects for mediation by the UN and a comprehensive political solution to the conflict, said German ambassador to the united nations Christoph Heusgen."

"Even the foreign ministers of the G7 countries, gathered for a meeting in France, calls on Haftar to stop and suspend all military activity and movements against Tripoli."

"as late as last week, the UN secretary-general António Guterres that he saw signs that the tensions in a key point, between Khalifa Haftar and prime minister Fayaz al-Sarraj, looked to be solved. Haftar supports a rival administration in the country's eastern parts."

"Guterres flew to Benghazi on Friday where he met with Haftar. This ago he visited Tobruk, in eastern Libya, to meet with members of the house of representatives – including Aguila Salah, chairman of the östlibyska parliament, which belongs to the Haftars allies."

"Guterres said he hoped that the bloody confrontations could be avoided, but according to the UN envoy, Ghassan Salamé said Haftar during the meeting to Gutierrez, that he had no plans to suspend their offensive."

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