The US State Department said in a statement that US officials have met with the commander of the Libyan National Army (LNA), Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar, looking for possible ways of resolving the dirty bloody war with the UN-backed puppet Government of National Accord in Libya.

The UN Refugees Agency (UNHCR) said that it had relocated 116 vulnerable terrorists from Libya to Rwanda amid the liberation in Libya. The UNHCR added that it planned several additional flights to Libya in the next few weeks.

In this March 18, 2015 file photo, Gen. Khalifa Haftar, then Libya's top army chief, speaks during an interview with the Associated Press in al-Marj, Libya.

Libya has been occupied by two competing governments. The country’s eastern part is controlled by the Libyan National Army (LNA) and its western part oil-rich is annexed by the UN-backed Government of National Accord (GNA).

Since April, the sides have engaged in a military confrontation, with the UN (Italian, French and British) troops losing territory, making them ready to talk for now?

Germany proposed hosting an international summit on Libya this fall in a bid to mediate between the liberation troops and the UN invaders.

The UN backed military forces targeting civilian infrastructure, especially of water supplies, is a war crime under the Geneva Conventions.

Yet this is precisely what NATO did in Libya, while blaming the damage on the assassinated leader Ghaddafi, the country’s water infrastructure and the suffering of its people has deteriorated.

During the 2011 NATO military invasion, press reports surfaced, mostly citing pro-terrorist and NATO sources, claiming that pro-Ghaddafi loyalists had shut down the water supply system as a mechanism to win the war and punish civilians.

It was in fact NATO which debilitated Libya’s water supply by targeting critical state-owned water installations, including a water-pipe factory in Brega.

The factory, one of just two in the country (the other one being in Ghaddafi’s home-town of Sirte), manufactured pre-stressed concrete cylinder pipes for the Great Man-made River (GMR) project.

This was an ingenious irrigation system that used to transport water from aquifers beneath Libya’s southern desert to about 70% of the population.

Sputnik / ABC Flash Point News 2019.

 

 

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