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Al-Helou: Cutting off water and electricity on Tripoli is a collective punishment of innocent people

The coordinator of humanitarian affairs in the United Nations Mission in Libya, Jacob Al-Helou, said on Friday that cutting off water and electricity for more than two million people in Tripoli aims to collectively punish millions of innocent people, and it must end immediately.

In a statement, El-Helou said that there are more than two million citizens, including 600,000 children, who are suffering as a result of the water closure on Tripoli for about a week ago, after they were closed by armed groups.

It is worth noting that, on Tuesday, the militia of Haftar closed the man-made river system for water distribution, and a feeding gas line in Sidi Al-Sayeh for the Al-Khums power station , which caused the network to collapse in the western region more than once.

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