The German Foreign Ministry called on the European Union to pressure the countries violating the arms embargo on Libya to stop the flowing of arms to the country.

This was expressed by the German Foreign Minister, Heiko Maas, who said in an interview with German news agency that the EU has not yet dared to criticize publicly these countries for their violations.

Maas ruled out the possibility of holding a new summit on Libya at the present time.
"When there is a progress in implementing the goals set, or at least when there is a clear plan, a summit undoubtedly will be held," German Foreign Minister said.