The UN Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) has expressed concern over clashes that erupted on Thursday, between two armed groups in the eastern suburb of Tripoli, Tajoura.
The UN mission emphasized on its twitter account that it is following with great concern the hostilities in Tajoura, which took place in a civilian-populated neighborhood, saying it has put civilians in harm’s way.
The Minister of Defence, Salah El-Din al-Namroush, has ordered the dissolution of two battalions of Tajoura forces, over the clashes that erupted late Thursday night and Friday morning, in the district of Tajoura, east of the capital.
The Head of the Presidential Council Fayez Al-Sarraj said in his speech at the UN General Assembly on Thursday that the Government of National Accord (GNA) kept its promise by not allowing the aggressor (Khalifa Haftar) to enter Tripoli, saying his agenda for a military state that is backed by mercenaries would not be permitted.
Jordan has denied any links with a firm the European Union listed as violating the arms embargo on Libya.
The spokesman for Jordan's Foreign Ministry Daifallah Al-Fayez said Med Wave company isn't Jordanian nor is it registered or based in Jordan.
Libya's ambassador to the UN Taher El Sonni has said Libyans are tired of temporary stages and hoping to end the conflict to reach elections and a permanent constitution.
This came during talks with the Secretary-General of the UN Antonio Guterres on Wednesday evening in New York on the sidelines of the 75th session of the General Assembly.