EU sanctions on three companies, one of them Turkish, who violated the arms embargo on Libya

The European Union decided to impose sanctions on three companies, including a Turkish company, on the grounds that the United Nations violated the arms embargo on Libya.

The other two companies are from Jordan and Kazakhstan. The updated sanctions list adopted last week was expected to be discussed and decided today.

At the international conference held in Berlin in January, countries linked to the conflict pledged to comply with the UN arms embargo and cut support to the conflicting parties, but the flow of weapons continued to the country.

The European Union’s naval power in the Mediterranean announced last week that it stopped a tanker bound for Libya on the grounds that it was carrying jet fuel.

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