Why are countries breaking the arms embargo on Libya?

Draft UN report accuses foreign nations of worsening civil war

The UN says countries are violating arms embargoes on Libya and worsening the eight-year civil war.
A draft report names Jordan, Turkey, Chad, Sudan and the United Arab Emirates among those supplying weapons and military support over the past year.
Both sides in the war – the UN-recognised government in Tripoli, and forces loyal to warlord Khalifa Haftar – received foreign help.
And the experts say it’s ‘highly probable’ that a jet from a Haftar ally launched the air strike that killed 53 refugees at a migrant centre in July.
How are outside powers redrawing the battle lines of the conflict?
And can they be stopped?

Presenter: Nastasya Tay
Anas El Gomati – Founder and General Director of the independent think tank the Sadeq Institute
Elias Farhat – Retired Lebanese Military General
Emad Badi – Non-Resident Scholar at the Middle East Institute

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