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Updated at 3:48 pm.
International anxiety increases due to the situation in Libya. The Libyan National Army, headed by Khalifa Hafthar, says that she has now moved to the southern outskirts of the capital, Tripoli, where the government, supported by U.N.
Foreign Ministers of the G7 called for a cessation of hostilities. "We call on all involved parties to immediately stop all military activities and move to Tripoli," the statement said in a statement, composed of foreign ministers from Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States. 19659009] The United Nations Security Council, which met at a closed door in the afternoon, also urged the forces of the Libyan National Army to cease their achievements.
The fear, according to the Associated Press, is that the promotion of the Libyan National Army to the capital can lead to "serious collisions with competing militias." Both the Libyan National Army and the US-backed government support their various militias.
Antonio Guterres, Secretary General of the United Nations, left Libya on the night of. He met with General Haftar, and then told journalists that he left Libya "with deep concern and a heavy heart." Guterres insists that Libya needs a political decision, not a military one, and said that the North Atlantic Alliance is available to facilitate the peace process.
U.N. still plans to hold a previously scheduled election conference in Libya, reports Reuters. The event, scheduled for April 14 in the southwestern city of Gadames, is the time it takes to consider whether elections can provide a path to peace in the country.
"We know that holding a conference in this difficult time of escalation and struggle is a difficult task," UN special envoy Hasan Salame said Saturday. "But we intend to keep it on time if they do not convince us of convincing circumstances."  Libya was extremely unstable because NATO-backed forces overthrew its former dictator, Moamara Gadafi, in 2011. News, former President Barack Obama called his treatment of the consequences of this revolution the worst mistake of his presidency. Obama said, that the US should have done more to fill the vacuum left by Gadafi
By 2014, Libya went on to become a civilian war, and the IEDI there was becoming increasingly influential, according to Reuters, the United States provided air support to Libyan troops fighting ISIS , in 2016 continued to strike suspected militants after the end of this campaign.
The strikes of unmanned aircraft were conducted by foreign and domestic states in Libya between September 2012 and June 2018. According to a study, 242 to 395 civilians were killed as a result of the strike, and between 324 and 524 were injured.
New America found that the National Army of Libya, headed by Haftar, had 1112 such air strikes. US spent 524 of them.
In addition to political and military chaos in Libya, there have also been reports of gross violations of human rights. Last year, the UN Office on Human Rights found that the country contained "open slave markets" where migrants were bought and sold. According to Reuters, various armed groups control many ports and beaches in the country.