The Libyan Interior Minister Fathi Bashagha instructed on Thursday the international cooperation department of the ministry to halt security cooperation with France.
Bashagha said the halt of cooperation with France includes also training programs and other bilateral agreements, citing the French support for the "war criminal" Khalifa Haftar.
The Military Prosecutor's Office at the Tripoli-based Defense Ministry issued arrest warrants of Khalifa Haftar and six military figures under his command.
Haftar, Abdelsalam Al-Hassi, Saqir Al-Juroushi, Al-Sadiq Al-Mizwaghi, Mohammed Al-Manfour, Amer Al-Jagum, and Jamal Bin Amer are all named as wanted for arrest over bombing Mitiga Airport and Grad shelling on Abu Salim's Intisar neighborhood, thus leaving behind destruction, and deaths and injuries among civilians.
Germany has asked for a new emergency session on Thursday at the UN Security Council to discuss Libya's status quo.
Diplomats said Germany's call comes after the failure of member states to agree on a UK-drafted resolution that was circulated two days ago calling for immediate ceasefire and return to political process.
On Monday, diplomatic sources said the UK resolution called on all sides to cooperate with the UNSMIL and its Head Ghassan Salame to reach a ceasefire across Libya.