Security Council Committee on Libya Meets with Panel of Experts

On 2 February 2024, the Security Council Committee established pursuant to resolution 1970 (2011) concerning Libya met in informal consultations to hear a presentation by the Panel of Experts on Libya on its work programme under the mandate extended by resolution 2701 (2023).

The Panel presented the following areas of focus: i) armed groups, with a focus on human trafficking and other types of transnational criminal activities, and their capacity to impact the Libyan forthcoming electoral processes; ii) international humanitarian law and human rights law violations; iii) the arms embargo, including reporting on incidents of non-compliance by land, air and sea; iv) any attempts at illicit exports of crude oil and refined petroleum products; v) the assets freeze, including continued monitoring of its proper implementation and successfully undertaking the task mandated under paragraph 15 of resolution 2701 (2023).

The presentation was followed by a discussion between Committee members and the Panel.  Committee members welcomed the work programme of the Panel and expressed their support to the Panel.

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