Health in Libya: The death toll from the conflict in Tripoli has risen to 32 and 159 wounded

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 Health in Libya: The death toll from the conflict in Tripoli has risen to 32 and 159 wounded


Health in Libya The death toll from the conflict in Tripoli has risen to 32 and 159 wounded
 Health in Libya The death toll from the conflict in Tripoli has risen to 32 and 159 wounded




 


The Libyan Ministry of Health announced, on Sunday, that the number of victims of the armed conflict in Tripoli has risen to 32, and 159 others have been injured, according to a press release issued this morning.


The Ministry of Interior in the Libyan government, with the authorization of Parliament led by Fathi Bashagha, confirmed that it is following up on the ongoing conflict in Tripoli and its damage to civilians and public and private property.


And the Libyan Ministry of Interior confirmed in a press statement - a copy was obtained on the seventh day - that it will not stand idly by in front of what is happening, because it is sterile and fights and fights for influence and interests at the expense of civilians, noting that it will take all measures and means, within the limits of its obligations and national jurisdiction. Legal, legal and moral, to enable it to protect civilians and state institutions in Tripoli.


The Libyan Interior Ministry said in a statement that the United Nations mission and the international community believe that what happened in Tripoli was nothing but a natural result of the absence of state and security agencies due to the outgoing government's fueling of power and its illegal support. The armed group, which aims to maintain power, stressed that security cannot be established in Tripoli in light of the balance of terror.


The spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ambassador Ahmed Hafez, said that Egypt called on all parties, national forces and social forces in Libya to stop the escalation, give priority to the use of dialogue languages, avoid violence and restraint, and avoid bloodshed, stressing the need to protect brotherhood in a safe and stable way for the Libyan people to protect civilians and achieve calm. And the ability to protect the higher interests of the country.


The Foreign Ministry Spokesman also stated that Egypt is keen on a Libyan-Libyan solution agreed upon by the Libyan brothers to meet their desires and vision towards the future and achieve the desired stability in Libya.