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Al-Sarraj calls on the African Union to send a commission to investigate the crime of Tajoura

President of the Presidential Council Faiz Al-Sarraj called on the African Union to immediately send a commission of inquiry to uncover the circumstances of the war crime of aerial bombardment of a shelter for migrants in Tajoura and to issue a clear and explicit condemnation of the crime.

Al-Serraj said in his speech at the African Union summit in Niger on Sunday that the attack on the capital caused the deaths of more than 1,000 people, including civilians, after systematic bombardment of flights, rockets and heavy weapons to highly populated neighborhoods, facilities and civilian facilities, as well as the displacement of thousands of families.

Al-Serraj said that the attack is a coup attempt aimed at restoring the country to totalitarian military rule, the rule of the individual and the family, contrary to what the Libyans aspire to build a civil state based on citizenship, guarantee public freedoms and achieve social justice.

Al-Sarraj, who heads the Maghreb Union at the current session, warned that the atmosphere of war that accompanies the aggression creates an additional challenge and represents an appropriate platform for the return of the state and other terrorist organizations to the country. The Counter-Terrorism Force has not stopped monitoring and prosecuting the remnants of terrorism and its cells in cooperation with Security and intelligence with a number of friendly countries.

The President of the Presidential Council stressed that there is no military solution to the conflict in Libya, and there is no winner from the conflict, but there is one loser that is homeland, indicating that he made an initiative to get out of the current crisis and access to a stable political situation.

President of the Presidential Council Faiz Al-Sarraj called on the African Union to immediately send a commission of inquiry to uncover the circumstances of the war crime of aerial bombardment of a shelter for migrants in Tajoura and to issue a clear and explicit condemnation of the crime.

Al-Serraj said in his speech at the African Union summit in Niger on Sunday that the attack on the capital caused the deaths of more than 1,000 people, including civilians, after systematic bombardment of flights, rockets and heavy weapons to highly populated neighborhoods, facilities and civilian facilities, as well as the displacement of thousands of families.

Al-Serraj said that the attack is a coup attempt aimed at restoring the country to totalitarian military rule, the rule of the individual and the family, contrary to what the Libyans aspire to build a civil state based on citizenship, guarantee public freedoms and achieve social justice.

Al-Sarraj, who heads the Maghreb Union at the current session, warned that the atmosphere of war that accompanies the aggression creates an additional challenge and represents an appropriate platform for the return of the state and other terrorist organizations to the country. The Counter-Terrorism Force has not stopped monitoring and prosecuting the remnants of terrorism and its cells in cooperation with Security and intelligence with a number of friendly countries.

The President of the Presidential Council stressed that there is no military solution to the conflict in Libya, and there is no winner from the conflict, but there is one loser that is homeland, indicating that he made an initiative to get out of the current crisis and access to a stable political situation.

He called on the African Union to support this initiative for peaceful political solution and to help the Libyan people to move forward in the path of security, stability and peace. Hafar aircraft launched an air raid on a shelter for immigrants in Tajoura on Wednesday night, which the African Union condemned and confirmed would form a fact-finding commission to investigate the crime.

He called on the African Union to support this initiative for peaceful political solution and to help the Libyan people to move forward in the path of security, stability and peace. Hafar aircraft launched an air raid on a shelter for immigrants in Tajoura on Wednesday night, which the African Union condemned and confirmed would form a fact-finding commission to investigate the crime.

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