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Al-Shater: The government should file legal suits against countries supporting the aggression.

Member of the Supreme Council of the State Abdulrahman Al-Shater said on Monday that the GNA should file lawsuits against the countries supporting the aggression at the International Court of Justice, and unless the government remedies this matter, it will add a heavy burden of debt to the future generations.

Al-Shater added in a statement to Arraed that these countries have put all their money, military equipment and international political relations on the success of the project of occupying Libya and controlling its resources by installing a client who sold himself to them for the sake ruling Libya.

Al-Shater pointed out that the position of the GNA is still characterized by extreme weakness in its dealings with the file of aggression against legitimacy from several countries that have not yet dared to name them, and only recently describing them as capitals of treachery.

Al-Shater pointed out that dealing with the file of the blatant international aggression against the Libyan people needs “national” leadership that does not cover up the aggressors and does not use the soft political discourse that is explained as a weakness.

It is worth noting that new photos appeared on social media, documenting the presence of Janjawid mercenaries in the ranks of the militia of Haftar in Sirte and the axes south of Tripoli.

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