Libya Seeks to Lift UN No-Fly Zone Embargo

Libya Seeks to Lift UN No-Fly Zone Embargo (News Central TV)

Libya’s Undersecretary of Foreign Affairs Omar Katti on Monday met with the head of the country’s Civil Aviation Authority Mustafa Ammar to deliberate on modalities for lifting the no-fly zone embargo imposed on Libya by the United Nations (UN) Security Council in 2011.

Katti explained the importance of providing political and technical support for speeding up the lifting of the no-fly zone embargo.

Ammar confirmed that the aviation authority under the UN-backed government has been seeking cooperation with air companies from Algeria, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, Egypt, and Turkey.

The two officials agreed to visit some European countries to discuss resuming international flights, the statement added.

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In March 2011, the UN Security Council adopted Resolution 1973, establishing a ban on all Libyan airspace in order to protect civilians during the uprising that toppled Muammar Gaddafi’s government.

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