Leader of the Brotherhood’s militia in Libya: We do not recognize UN resolutions.

Salah Badi, commander of the militia, the "al-Samoud Brigade" of the al-Wefaq forces affiliated with the Muslim Brotherhood, said that he does not recognize the decisions of the United Nations and the pernicious international community.

Salah Badi, commander of the militia, the “al-Samoud Brigade” of the al-Wefaq forces affiliated with the Muslim Brotherhood, said that he does not recognize the decisions of the United Nations and the pernicious international community.

Salah Badi, the arm of the Islamists listed on the UN Security Council sanctions list since November 2018 on charges of destabilizing security in Libya, came back in a new video clip from one of the fighting axes on the outskirts of Misurata, in which he indicated that he was not bound by all the understandings that were signed at the Berlin conference on stopping The shooting or will be agreed upon at the Geneva conference, confirming the continued fighting to defend the areas of the Libyan West and then heading to the eastern regions that are under the control of the Libyan army, in line with the international efforts to install a true truce between the two parties and international efforts not to expand the circle of conflict aimed at the stability of Libya.

“We are ready for any orders from the chamber and our operations will continue until we achieve the goals we came for … We are free and we will not be under Ghassan Salama or under the illusions that are brought to us every day under the names of the Berlin Conference and the Geneva Conference … and we do not relate to the decisions of the United Nations or the international community that delivers us illusions and we will continue to achieve our goals. “

This escalation comes on the heels of the Geneva negotiations to sign a comprehensive ceasefire agreement between the parties to the conflict under the auspices of the United Nations, the first round of which ended without reaching this agreement, provided that another round will be held on the 18th of this month, and the Libyans and the international community hope to make progress towards The political solution to the crisis.Read more about Arab News Latest, Arab Politics News.

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