The Foreign Minister of Qatar called for an arms embargo against Commander of the Libyan National Army, Khalifa Haftar, Reuters reported.
Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman al-Thani also told La Repubblica that his French counterpart told hem that Paris was working to ensure a planned national reconciliation conference on Libya.
Asked how the conflict can be stopped, Sheikh Mohammed said: “By rendering effective the embargo against Haftar and preventing those countries that have supplied him with munitions and state-of-the-art weapons from continuing to do so.”
Later he referred to Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Egypt - three countries which severed ties with Qatar in 2017 in a regional dispute.
Egypt and the United Arab Emirates are considered the main supporters of Haftar. East Libyan authorities say Qatar supports rival Islamist groups in western Libya.