Kobler urges Presidential Council to end human trafficking in Libya
The Head of the UNSMIL, Martin Kobler, has urged the Presidential Council of the Government of National Accord (GNA) to take serious steps to put a decisive end to the growing tragedy of human trafficking in Libya.
He also urged the PC and its Head Fayez Al-Serraj to make efforts to establish state authorities in the country.
He tweeted on Sunday saying “Urge PC/GNA to establish state authority & end human trafficking which may be a crime against humanity. Perpetrators must face justice.”
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