GNC member says CBL governor is hampering the arrival of wheat ships in Tripoli port
A member in the General National Congress disclosed to Press Solidarity that there ships loaded with wheat awaiting off Tripoli port and the governor of the Central Bank of Libya has refused to allow them in by paying the needed money.
The GNC member added that such an act is part of the ongoing political pressure that is being currently exercised on all the parties, such as the GNC and Tobruk Parliament so that Serraj government comes in their place.
Meanwhile, the GNA and its UN advocate, UNSMIL, have promised to operate from Tripoli in days to come amid rejection in the capital, at life last by most of the armed brigades.
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