By mnm  |  06-18-2017   News
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The interim Libyan government declared a moratorium on the export of Libyan oil companies contracting with Qatar, in an attempt to prevent the financing of terrorism. The Russian news agency(Sputnik) said that the head of Libya's interim government, Abdullah kinks, sent a letter to stop dealing with the &company Glencore'; the export of oil, to the Chairman of the National Oil Corporation in Tripoli and the Libyan oil companies, because of its contract with Qatar, drew the same deal with any company dealing with Doha.

The agency quoted the Libyan parliament deputy Saed Emgib , as saying that the government is taking some steps to prevent the financing of extremist groups, and those first, and all options are on the table, and all available steps to diminish the role of Qatar in Libya, it is clear who are those whom support some of the personalities and groups working to destabilize the situation in Libya, which has brought the country to this situation recurring now according to the Russian agency, that there is a tougher step on Qatar-owned companies, or cooperate with the Qatari government, this step comes under several steps the government intends to take, to try to stop the qualitative support to the State of Qatar and the existing groups in Libya.

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