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The Fezan Commission regrets the obstruction of oil production and exporting it.

On Monday, the Fezan commission expressed its regret for obstructing the removal of force majeure from oil fields and ports, stressing that continuing to stop oil production and export does not serve the public interest and burden the citizen.

The commission urged, according to its official page, the United Nations Support Mission in Libya and the international community to continue to help Libyans resolve their crises and resolve the existing conflict and work to save the Libyan economy.

It is worth noting that the National Oil Corporation announced, on Sunday, that the UAE has given instructions to the Haftar militia to stop oil production, and that “Wagner” mercenaries and Syrians occupy the Sidra oil port, while “Wagner” and the Sudanese are located in the vicinity of the Alsharara oil field, which prevents the flow of Libyan oil.

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