ref:topbtw-3798.html/ 8 Dicembre 2023
Comne già scritto da anni.. E pure esattamente lo scorso 14 Febbraio 2023..
Ecco il link:
Dalla Sierra Leone, Gambia, Niger, Mali... etc. etc.
Carne umana e dollari... Ma chi li fermerà mai ?
La solita manfrina libica... Dibattiti, conferenze, incontri "tecnici" in grandi alberghi, missioni politiche senza
risultati di ministri, ambasciatori e
capi di stato..
Ma per "vedere" chi parte, da dove parte, chi organizza i viaggi cosa ci vuole ?
Un "pallone spia" cinese ?
Basta andare a Zuwara che ti dicoino pure quando è in partenza il prossimo gommone..
La presa per i fondelli non finisce mai, la "presa" dei dollari pure..
E, tanto per non far mancare nulla, si promettono pure "finanziamenti" per creare posti di lavoro in Africa, in nazioni marcie e corrotte che
per anni hanno beneficiato di miliardi di dollari dalla Banca Africana di Sviluppo ..
The United Kingdom (UK) has renewed the list of sanctions imposed on a number of Libyan figures for their involvement
in committing human rights abuses and violations, directly related to the file of illegal immigration and smuggling.
According to the UK Treasury website, the list that was updated on November 29 included the director of the detention center
in Al-Zawiya, Osama Al-Koni, and the commander of Al-Zawiya coast guard, Abdul Rahman Milad, nicknamed "Al-Beedja," in addition to
the commander of the National Guard, Mohammed Keshlaf.
The UK Treasury added that these names were heavily involved in managing huge trafficking and smuggling networks
in the city and had been committing violations and acts of violence against immigrants in Libya.
The list also included Al-Saadi Gaddafi and Ahmed Gaddaf Al-Dam, saying that all of them remain subject to an asset freeze
and a travel ban until further notice.
The list of sanctions includes freezing the funds and economic resources of some persons, entities, or bodies involved in committing
serious violations of human rights in Libya, international humanitarian law, or any other activity that threatens peace, stability,
and security in the country.
The report of the panel of experts of the UN Sanctions Committee on Libya included three leaders from the city of Al-Zawiya
on charges of human trafficking, including "Al-Beedja," citing their involvement in joining armed entities operating
in Wershefana, Sabratha, and Zuwara since 2011.
The UK Foreign Office placed on May 13, 2021 Al-Kaniyat militia and its leaders, Abdul Rahim and Mohammed Al-Kani, on the
sanctions list for their involvement in violations of human rights and international humanitarian law in Libya.
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