The US ambassador to the UN Security Council, Linda Thomas-Greenfield, said on Tuesday that Washington is concerned about the ongoing arms trafficking, as it could lead to reproducing conflict in Libya.
In Tuesday's UNSC session, Greenfield affirmed their full commitment to stopping the supply of arms to Libya, insisting that expelling Wagner from Libya is essential for maintaining peace there.
She urged the 6 + 6 joint committee to contribute to the UN-led efforts by promptly addressing obstacles that undermine the elections in Libya.
The US diplomat also urged not to buy oil illegally away from the NOC, saying that such an act undermines stability in Libya.
"The Libyan people have been waiting for a long time for stability, and the interest of the Libyan state must be put first," Greenfield added.