By Libya Herald staff.
Tripoli, 5 December 2014:
The United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) has condemned “in the strongest terms” the . . .[restrict]recent air raids and escalation of violence in Libya.
“Those seeking to undermine the dialogue through these attacks will not achieve their objectives,” it has said in a statement.
UNSMIL warned that all those who threaten Libya’s peace, stability or security would face targeted sanctions.
Not only have the attacks, it said, had a disastrous impact on civilians, property and infrastructure, the military escalation on both sides is negatively impacting the process of political dialogue.
Nevertheless said UNSMIL, it was confident that Libyans want this dialogue to succeed and would not be deterred from supporting and participating in it.