The United Nations Security Council has on Monday called on all countries to implement an arms embargo on Libya, and to stay out of the conflict, after the UN monitors accused Jordan, the United Arab Emirates and Turkey of repeated violations.
The Council urged to “not interfere in the conflict or take actions that could fuel it”.
It also expressed concern about “the increasing intervention by mercenaries”.
Diplomats said the council “called for full compliance with the arms embargo”, but no action was likely to be taken against the violators.
UN experts monitoring the implementation of sanctions on Libya said last month that Jordan, the UAE and Turkey had repeatedly violated the arms embargo imposed on Libya, and suggested that a foreign attack plane was responsible for an attack that killed several migrants in a detention centre in July.