The Libyan Interior Ministry said it had instructed all security apparatuses to secure the National Oil Corporation (NOC) after its headquarters was subjected to an attack by an armed group.
The Interior Ministry said in a statement that the security apparatuses in the capital had tackled the attack of the armed group on the NOC as they were authorized to use force of needed and to make arrests of all the perpetrators.
The UN Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) has kicked off the second round of the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum (LPDF) virtually, saying the round is attended by the Acting UN Envoy Stephanie Williams as well as all 75 LPDF participants.
Later on Monday, UNSMIL said the second round was delayed to next Wednesday so that the LPDF participants can mull the options of selecting the new executive authorities in Libya.
France, Germany, Italy and the United Kingdom have threatened the obstructionists to UN-led Libyan dialogues with sanctions.
The four countries said in a joint statement Monday that they are ready to take measures against those who obstruct the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum and other tracks of the Berlin process, as well as those who continue to plunder state funds or commit human rights abuses and violations throughout the country.