Eyes for Peace: “The NATO bombing killed 2% of the population in Libya” May 17, 2012

Eyes for Peace: “The NATO bombing killed 2% of the population in Libya”

May 17, 2012

The advocacy organization Human Rights Human Rights Watch calls for NATO to investigate the deaths of at least 72 civilians in the bombing of the Alliance during the military operation in Libya in 2011.

However, some NGOs estimate that the death toll may reach 2% of the civilian population. In a recent report, Human Rights Watch (HRW) analyzes eight air strikes carried out by the Allies in Libya and says that according to his “field research” and “interviews with witnesses and local residents,” there were 72 civilian casualties , including 20 women and 24 children.

However, NATO rejects the allegations and claims that only carried out attacks on military regime Muammar Gaddafi , according to statements by Oana Lungescu, spokesman for the Alliance.

For his part, counsel Purification González, International Collective Eye for Peace, believes that if the Alliance is not going to investigate the attacks is because he fears could come to light more cases. The NATO bombing “have killed almost 2% of the civilian population” in Libya, that is, about 60,000 people, according to the Peace Eye citing local sources. ****(till today its more than 2% with the every day killing, bombing and death by torture we have arrived to 500.000 people who have been killed from both sides)

The military campaign deployed by NATO in Libya between March and October 2011 was authorized by a resolution of the Security Council of the United Nations in order to protect civilians against armed conflict between the regime of then-Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi and the rebels.

However, subsequently the NATO bombing contributed to the capture, lynching and murder without trial of Gaddafi and some of his relatives. But behind international intervention there were also economic interests , according Purification González.
“Large corporations are using NATO governments through wars and to plunder the resources, in this case to keep the oil and strategically positioned for future wars and to support Israel,” says the lawyer.

UN cornered by the vast evidence of torture and unpunished murders, today acknowledged the existence of serious problems in governance, security and human rights in Libya, including the practice of torture and deaths in secret detention centers.
Confirmation of these violations was presented by the special UN envoy to Libya, Ian Martin, in a report to the Security Council devoted to analyzing the situation in the Arab country.
The official said that the expectation of rapid changes created tension in the political system and led to disappointment at the lack of progress five months after the coming to power of the current government.
In response, Martin urged the authorities to show tangible progress in the short-term, even before the next general elections and the formation of the new administration.
As for the secret prisons, the UN envoy hypocritically estimated four thousand in the number of people held by terrorist groups serving NATO-NTC involved, along with NATO, in the coup against the Libyan government and the Assassination against Muammar Gaddafi.

Also confirmed that the abuse and torture continue as a common practice in those facilities, particularly in an existing in Misrata, where reported deaths from this cause, as well as other centers in Tripoli, Zawiya and Zintan.
Martin also warned about the tension in different parts of the country and explained various armed clashes in Sabha in March with the death of 150 people and 500 wounded, and others in the southwestern part of Libyan territory, in April.

****Editors note: This piece was written in 2012 but most of the photos were not circulated for reasons that a lot of bloggers were blocked as the west does not want the truth to come out. So please circulate these photos just to show what NATO and the so-called Rebels ex prisoners who were from Qatar, Guantanamo, Saudi Arabia, Egypt the list is long. The same thing is happening in Syria and Ukraine


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Can Washington Overthrow Three Governments at the Same Time?

Can Washington Overthrow Three Governments at the Same Time?


By Thierry Meyssan

The power of a state is measured by its ability to defend itself and to attack on one or more fronts. In this context, Washington is trying for the first time to show it can overthrow three governments simultaneously: Syria, Ukraine and Venezuela. If it succeeds, no government would be henceforth able to resist it.

 Washington, which failed in 2011 to bomb Libya and Syria simultaneously, is now engaged in a new demonstration of its strength: organizing regime change in three states at the same time, in different regions of the world: Syria (CentCom), Ukraine (EuCom) and Venezuela (SouthCom).

To do this, President Obama has mobilized almost the entire National Security Council team.

First, Advisor Susan Rice and Ambassador to the UN, Samantha Power. These two women are champions of “democratic” talk. They have for many years specialized in advocating interference in the internal affairs of other countries under the pretext of preventing genocide. But behind this generous rhetoric, they couldn’t care less about non-US lives as shown by Ms. Power during the chemical weapons crisis in the Damascus suburb of Ghouta. The ambassador, who was aware of the innocence of the Syrian authorities, had gone to Europe with her husband to attend a film festival dedicated to Charlie Chaplin, while her government denounced a crime against humanity, the responsibility for which was placed upon President al Assad.

Then, the three regional co-ordinators: Philip Gordon ( Middle East and North Africa ), Karen Donfried (Europe and Eurasia ) and Ricardo Zuñiga ( Latin America).

Phil Gordon (personal friend and translator of Nicolas Sarkozy) organized the sabotage of the Geneva 2 Peace Conference as long as the Palestinian issue is not settled to the U.S. liking. During the second session of the conference, while John Kerry spoke of peace, Gordon met with the heads of Jordanian, Qatari , Saudi and Turkish intelligence services in Washington to prepare for yet another attack. The plotters have gathered an army of 13,000 men, of whom only 1,000 were given brief military training, to drive tanks and take Damascus. The problem is that the column may be destroyed by the Syrian Army before arriving in the capital. But they fail to agree on how to defend it without distributing anti-aircraft weapons that could later be used against Israel. 

Karen Donfried is the former national intelligence officer for Europe. She has long led the German Marshall Fund in Berlin. Today, she manipulates the European Union to hide Washington interventionism in Ukraine. Despite the leak of a phone conversation involving Ambassador Victoria Nuland, she succeeded in convincing Europeans that the opposition in Kiev wanted to join them and was fighting for democracy. Nonetheless, more than half of the Maidan rioters are members of the Nazi party and brandish portraits of collaborator Stepan Bandera.

• Finally, Ricardo Zuñiga is the grandson of the namesake President of the National Party of Honduras who organized the coups of 1963 and 1972 in favor of General López Arellano. He directed the CIA station in Havana where he recruited and financed agents to form opposition to Fidel Castro. He mobilized the extreme Trotskyist Venezuelan left to overthrow President Nicolás Maduro, accused of being a Stalinist.

The whole process is hyped under the leadership of one Dan Rhodes. This propaganda specialist has already written the official version of September 11, 2001, drafting the report of the Presidential Commission of Inquiry. He managed to remove all traces of the military coup (power was removed from the hands of George W. Bush at about 10am and it was returned that evening; all the members of his cabinet and those of Congress were placed in secure bunkers “to ensure their safety”) so that we remember only the attacks.

In all three cases, the U.S. narrative is based on the same principles: accuse governments of killing their own citizens, qualify opponents as ’democratic’; impose sanctions against the “murderers” and ultimately operate coups.

Each time, the movement begins with a demonstration during which peaceful opponents are killed, and where both sides accuse each other of violence. In fact U.S. or NATO special forces placed on rooftops shoot at both the crowd and the police. This was the case in Daraa (Syria) ***( in Benghazi (Libya)) in 2011, Kiev (Ukraine) and Caracas (Venezuela) this week. Alas for bad luck: autopsies in Venezuela show that two victims, one opponent and one pro-government, were killed by the same weapon.

Qualifying opponents as democratic activists is a simple game of rhetoric. In Syria, they are Takfirists supported by the worst dictatorship in the world, Saudi Arabia. In Ukraine, a few sincere pro-Europeans surrounded by many Nazis. In Venezuela, young Trotskyists from good families surrounded by goon squads. Everywhere the false U.S. opponent, John McCain, brings his support to true and false on site opponents.

Support for opponents rests with the National Endowment for Democracy (NED). This agency of the U.S. government falsely presents itself as an NGO funded by Congress. But it was created by President Ronald Reagan, in association with Canada, the United Kingdom and Australia. It is headed by the neoconservative Carl Gershman and the daughter of General Alexander Haig (former Supreme Commander of NATO, then Secretary of State ), Barbara Haig. This is the NED (actually the State Department), which employs the “opposition” senator John McCain.

To this operating group, you must add the Albert Einstein Institute, an “NGO” funded by NATO. Created by Gene Sharp, it trained professional agitators from two bases: Serbia (Canvas) and Qatar (Academy of currency).

In all cases, Susan Rice and Samantha Power take on airs of outrage before imposing penalties, soon echoed by the European Union, while they are in fact the sponsors of the violence.

It remains to be seen whether the coups will be successful. Which is far from being certain.

Washington is thus attempting to show the world it is still the master. To be more sure of itself, it launched the Ukrainian and Venezuelan operations during the Olympic Games in Sochi. It was certain that Russia would not move for fear of having its party upset by Islamist attacks. But Sochi ended this weekend. Now it’s Moscow’s turn to play.


Translation - Roger Lagassé - Source  - Al-Watan (Syria)

Libya closes airport after rockets hit runway

Libya closes airport after rockets hit runway


TRIPOLI: Libyan authorities closed the airport in the capital Tripoli on Friday after rockets hit a runway on Friday, officials said. “Flights were halted but the airport has been reopened using a second runway,” a spokesman for the transport ministry told a reporter visiting the airport.

But the reporter saw no planes taking off or landing. 

“We cancelled all flights,” said the country head of a foreign airline with several daily flights to Tripoli.

Nasser El Kerewi, head of the Tripoli security and stability committee, said it was not known who was behind the Friday attack.

“Two rockets exploded on the main runway of the airport, causing damage. For security reasons, flights were suspended until further notice,” the source said on condition of anonymity. 

The blasts took place at around 05:00am (0300 GMT), at a time when the day’s inbound and outbound traffic had yet to begin. 

An airline representative in the capital said that the authorities had informed firms operating at the airport that flights would remain suspended until 1030 GMT on Saturday.

Maintenance teams were clearing the first runway of debris, the spokesman said, adding it was unclear who had fired the rockets which landed at dawn. 

Gunfire could be heard during the night in the capital, residents said.

Libya’s government struggles with militias that helped overthrow Muammar Qadhafi in 2011 but which have kept their guns to demand power, oil wealth and influence. 

On Thursday, however, the government announced it was mobilising its security forces after acknowledging for the first time that “terrorist groups” were behind dozens of attacks against security services and Westerners. ****(now the nationalists are called “terrorist groups” really? While Alqaeda, Alsharia, Muslimbrotherhood, L.I.F.G. and other extremist groups are not “TERRORIST GROUPS”?)

“The nation finds itself in a confrontation with terrorist groups, and it falls upon the government to mobilize its military and security forces to fight this scourge,” said a statement published on the government’s website.

“There will be no place for terrorism in Libya and Libyans must be prepared for such a battle in terms of caution, awareness and sacrifice,” said the statement.

An overnight government statement called on “the international community and in particular the United Nations to provide the necessary support to eradicate terrorism in Libyan cities.”

The government said “the cities of Benghazi, Derna and Sirte and others are facing a terrorist war carried out by Libyan and foreign elements with hostile intentions.” ****(please in the above cities are Nationalists Revolutionaries who are fighting the EXTREMIST NATO PUPPET GOVERNMENT)

source: gulftoday.ae


UN sanctions against Libyan oil exports (and Libyan Rebels will Abide? I don’t think so!!!)

UN sanctions against Libyan oil exports (and Libyan Rebels will Abide? I don’t think so!!!)

By: AAPInternational News

*****Editors note: I will post the article, but what it doesn’t say is this: Although the US NAVY SEALS PIRATES captured the cargo ship between the international waters of Cyprus and with the assistance of Cyprus they captured the ship with the Korean flag, but they didn’t find the 234,000 oil barrels it was already empty before the capture. Other ships from other countries have already docked  nearby in Libya and have taken the oil and have already sailed away which AAP does not mention. To conclude that the Libyan Rebels who have taken over the oil wells are not going to abide with whatever UN sanctions or the Americans want. 

The UN Security Council has unanimously approved a resolution sanctioning illegal oil exports from Libya, after a North Korean tanker was boarded by the US Navy.

The resolution on Wednesday, sponsored by the United States, authorises member states to inspect vessels on the high seas suspected of smuggling crude oil from Libya.

It also requires member states to deny entry to their ports of suspect vessels, and to forbid transactions involving smuggled Libyan oil by their nationals or people in their territory.

US Navy SEALs boarded the North Korean-registered ship Morning Glory on Monday in international waters southeast of Cyprus.

The tanker had slipped through a Libyan naval blockade of the eastern port of Al-Sidra – controlled by rebels seeking autonomy from Tripoli – after reportedly being loaded with some 234,000 barrels of crude.

Security Council adopts resolution 2144 (2014), which authorizes Mandate-year long Extension for Support Mission in Libya UN

Security Council adopts resolution 2144 (2014), which authorizes Mandate-year long

Extension for Support Mission in Libya UN

The Security Council today renewed the mandate of the Mission to Support the United Nations in Libya (UNSMIL) until March 13, 2015.

Unanimously adopting resolution 2144 (2014), the 15-member body of the Mission’s mandate to support Libya’s transition to democracy “as an immediate priority” to help a single, transparent and inclusive national dialogue, as well as elections and the drafting of a new Constitution.  UNSMIL also forced to control arms and related materiel unsecured in the country, and to counter their proliferation.

The Council also decided to extend the mandate of the Expert Group to help its Sanctions Committee on Libya until April 13, 2015.  By other terms of the resolution, the Council requested the Libyan Government to promote and protect human rights – including those of women, children and persons belonging to vulnerable groups -., and fulfill their obligations under international law  The text calls on those responsible for serious violations of international humanitarian law and human rights law, including sexual violence and violations and abuses against children, they are accountable.

Also by the text, the Council urged all Member States to cooperate closely with the efforts of the Libyan government to end impunity States.  urged the Government to further improve the monitoring of related weapons or materials supplied, sold or transferred to Libya.

The meeting began at 3:08 pm and ended at 3:10 pm


The full text of resolution 2144 (2014) reads as follows:

” The Security Council , 

” Recalling its resolutions 1970 (2011) of 26 February 2011, 1973 (2011) of 17 March 2011, 2009 (2011) of 16 September 2011, 2016 (2011) of 27 October 2011, 2017 ( 2011) of 31 October 2011, 2022 (2011) of 2 December 2011, of 12 March 2040 (2012), and of 14 March 2095 (2013), and the statement of its President (S / PRST / 2013/21) of 16 December 2013, 

” Reaffirming its strong commitment to the sovereignty, independence, territorial integrity and national unity of Libya, 

” Reaffirming its resolutions 1674 (2006), 1738 (2006) and 1894 (2009) on the protection of civilians in armed conflict, 1612 (2005), 1882 (2009), 1998 (2011), 2068 (2012) and 2143 (2014) on children and armed conflict, and 1325 (2000), 1820 (2008), 1888 (2009), 1889 (2009), 1960 (2010), 2106 (2013) and 2122 (2013) on women, peace and security, 

” Looking forward to a future for Libya based on national reconciliation, justice, respect for human rights and the rule of law, 

” Emphasizing the importance of promoting the equal and full participation of all sectors of Libyan society, including women, youth and minorities in the political process, 

 Stressing the importance of agreement on the immediate next steps for democratic transition in Libya and, in this regard, reaffirming the centrality of credible elections, a process of inclusive and transparent constitutional drafting, and the establishment of a single, inclusive and transparent national dialogue,   

” Welcoming the efforts of the United Nations Mission of Support in Libya (UNSMIL) and the Special Representative of the Secretary-General to facilitate a national dialogue between Libya and led significant and strongly encourages further steps forward in this direction, and reaffirming that the United Nations should lead the coordination of efforts of the international community in support, in accordance with the principles of national ownership and national responsibility, the Libyan transitional header and institution-building process aimed at establishing a peaceful, democratic Libya independent and united   

 Welcoming the holding of the elections of February 20, 2014 of the Constitutional Drafting Assembly and urging political leaders to complete the formation of the assembly and working with minority communities to ensure their adequate representation in the drafting process of the Constitution,  

 Expressing its deep concern at the deteriorating security and political divisions in Libya, including kidnappings, assassinations and violent clashes between armed groups, particularly in eastern Libya and its southern borders, which threaten to undermine the transition democracy that meets the aspirations of the Libyan people, 

” Expressing support for the efforts of the Libyan government to resolve peacefully interruptions energy exports from Libya and reiterated that the control of all facilities should be transferred back to the proper authorities,   

” Recalling its decision in resolution 1970 (2011) to refer to the situation in Libya to the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, and the importance of cooperation to ensure that those responsible for violations of human rights and international humanitarian law, including attacks against civilians, accountability, 

” Expressing its deep concern at the lack of judicial process for conflict-related detainees, including children, many of whom continue to be held outside the authority of the State, and allegations of violations and abuses of human rights, including torture and sexual and gender-based violence in detention centers, and, in this regard, stresses that all parties in Libya should cooperate fully with UNSMIL in all matters relating to the promotion and protection of human rights,   

” Welcoming the actions of the Libyan government to address human rights issues, including the enactment of a law on transitional justice, December 8, 2013, the law against torture and discrimination on April 9, 2013 and decree to correct the situation of victims of rape and violence adopted on 19 February 2014 

” Reaffirming that voluntary, secure and sustainable return of refugees and IDPs is an important peacebuilding in Libya factor, 

 Expressing concern about the threat posed by unsecured arms and ammunition and their proliferation in Libya, which poses a risk to stability in Libya and the region, including through transfer to terrorist groups and violent extremists and stressing the importance of coordinated for Libya and the region to address these problems international support,   

” Recognizing this regard the important contribution that the arms embargo imposed by the Council can do to help Libya to combat the illicit transfer of small arms and light weapons, and support for building peace after conflict, disarmament, demobilization and reintegration and security sector reform, 

” Remembering all Member States of the obligations contained in its resolutions 1970 (2011) and 1973 (2011), modified in its subsequent resolutions, in particular the obligations in relation to arms and related materiel of all types, 

” Support to the Libyan government intends to strengthen regional security, welcomes , in this regard, the ongoing commitment to the countries of the region and the November 14, 2013 Rabat conference and its recommendations to address problems border security, including the implementation of the Action Plan of Tripoli, and supporting Libya’s efforts to strengthen EUBAM border management Libya     

” Welcoming the coordination of the international community to support Libya’s transition conference in Rome on March 6, 2014, monitoring of the Paris Conference on 12 February 2013,supporting the priorities and recommendations adopted at these meetings, and support for rapid application     

” Taking note of the Secretary-General on UNSMIL (S/2014/131), including the recommendation for 12-month extension of the mandate UNSMIL, 

” Taking note of the final report of the Panel of Experts submitted pursuant to paragraph 14 (d) of resolution 2095 (2013) and the conclusions and recommendations contained therein, 

” Welcoming the efforts made ​​by the Secretariat to expand and improve the roster of the Council Subsidiary Organs Branch Security, taking into account the guidance provided by the Chairman’s Note S/2006/997, 

” Mindful of its primary responsibility of maintaining international peace and security under the Charter of the United Nations 

” Acting under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations 

“1.   Supporting s the timely establishment of a single, transparent and inclusive national dialogue in Libya and a process of inclusive and transparent constitutional drafting, and reiterates the need for the transitional period to be underpinned by a commitment to the processes and democratic institutions, good governance, rule of law, national reconciliation and respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms of all people in Libya;   

“2.   Urges the Libyan Government to promote and protect human rights, including women, children and persons belonging to vulnerable groups, and to comply with its obligations under international law, including human rights standards, and calls for those responsible for serious violations of international humanitarian law and the law of human rights, including sexual violence and violations and abuses against children accountable in accordance with international standards, and calls upon all Member States to cooperate closely with the Libyan government in its efforts to end impunity for such violations;     

. “3   Urges the Libyan Government to continue to cooperate fully with and provide any necessary assistance to the International Criminal Court and the Prosecutor as required by resolution    1970 (2011) ;

“4.   condemns cases of torture and ill-treatment and deaths from torture in detention centers in Libya, urged the Libyan government to take all necessary measures to accelerate the judicial process, the transfer of detainees to state authority and prevent and investigate violations and abuses of human rights, calls all Libyan parties to cooperate with the efforts of the Libyan government in this regard,requests the immediate release of all arbitrarily detained or imprisoned in Libya, including foreign nationals and underscore primary responsibility of the Libyan government to promote and protect the human rights of all people in Libya, including African migrants and other foreign nationals;         

“5.   Encourages Libya and neighboring States to continue efforts to promote regional cooperation for the stabilization of the situation in Libya and to prevent elements of the former Libyan regime and violent extremist groups using the territories of Libya or such States plan, finance or carry out illegal acts of violence or other destabilizing Libya or States in the region, noting that such cooperation would benefit regional stability; 

Mandate of the United Nations

“6.   Decides to extend the mandate of the Mission to Support the United Nations in Libya (UNSMIL) until March 13, 2015, under the leadership of a Special Representative of the Secretary General, and decides further that the mandate of UNSMIL as a political mission Special built-in full conformity with the principles of national ownership, will be to support the efforts of the Libyan government to:  

(A) As an immediate priority, ensure the transition to democracy, in particular through the promotion, facilitation and provision of advice and technical assistance to a single, transparent and inclusive national dialogue, elections for Libya and for the process preparation, development and adoption of a new constitution for Libya, promote empowerment and political participation by all sectors of Libyan society, in particular women, youth and minorities, and through the provision of good offices to support an inclusive political solution in Libya and political environment for promoting the integration of former combatants into the national security forces of Libya and their demobilization and reintegration into civilian life;

(B) To promote the rule of law and to monitor and protect human rights in accordance with international legal obligations of Libya, particularly those of women, children and persons belonging to vulnerable groups, such as minorities and immigrants, including through support to the Libyan government to ensure the humane treatment of and due process of detainees, including children, and to fully implement its transitional justice legislation and the reform and construction of an independent judiciary and compliance transparent and accountable law and correctional systems;

(C) the control of arms and related materiel unsecured in Libya and counter proliferation, working to organize access, ensure proper management, secure storage and, where appropriate, the effective delivery of arms and related materiel to support associated coherent efforts in this regard, including the coordination and facilitation of international assistance, and to strengthen border security, the development of institutions capable of Libya and effective coordination of national security;

(D) Strengthen the capacity of government, as part of a coordinated international effort and taking advantage of the comparative advantage of the UN team in the country by supporting ministries, the national legislature and local governments, with the aim of improve service delivery, transparency and coordination across government;

Arms embargo

“7.   Stresses that the Member States to notify the Commission in accordance with paragraph 13 (a) of resolution 2009 (2011), as amended by paragraph 10 of resolution 2095 (2013) the supply, sale or transfer to Libya arms and related material, including ammunition and spare parts, ensure that such notifications contain all relevant information,

“8.   Stresses that arms and related materiel, including ammunition and spare parts, supplied, sold or transferred as security or disarmament assistance to the Libyan government in accordance with paragraph 13 (a) of resolution 2009 (2011), as amended by paragraph 10 of resolution 2095 (2013) should not be resold to, transferred to, or made ​​available for use by other than the end user designated persons; 

“9.   Urges the Libyan government to further improve the control arms or related materiel supplied, sold or transferred to Libya in accordance with 9 (c) of paragraph of resolution 1970 (2011) or paragraph 13 (a ) of resolution 2009 (2011), as amended by paragraph 10 of resolution 2095 (2013), in particular through the use of end-user certificates, and urges Member States and regional organizations to assist the Libyan government to strengthen the infrastructure and mechanisms currently in place to do so;

“10.  Condemns the continuing allegations of violations of the measures contained in resolutions 1970 (2011) and 1973 (2011), as amended in subsequent resolutions, and recalls the Committee’s mandate, as defined in paragraph 24 of resolution 1970 (2011), to consider and take appropriate action in reporting violations or alleged breach of those measures;

Freezing of assets

“11.  Directs the Committee in consultation with the Libyan government to continuously review the rest of the measures imposed by resolutions 1970 (2011) and 1973 (2011), as amended by resolution 2009 (2011), with respect to the Authority Libyan Investment (LIA) and the Libyan Africa Investment Portfolio (PILA), and reaffirms its decision that the Committee, in consultation with the Libyan government, lift the designation of these entities as soon as possible to ensure that the goods are made provision and benefit the people of Libya;

“12.  supports the efforts of the Libyan authorities to recover funds misappropriated under the Gaddafi regime, and in this regard, urges the Libyan authorities and the Member States that have frozen the assets in accordance with the resolutions 1970 (2011) and 1973 (2011), as amended by resolution 2009 (2011) to consult with each other regarding claims of misappropriated funds and property issues;

Panel of experts

“13.  Decides to extend until 13 April 2015 the mandate of the Panel of Experts established by paragraph 24 of resolution 1973 (2011) and modified by resolution 2040 (2012), expresses its intention to review the mandate and take appropriate regard to the further extension of not more than twelve months from the adoption of this resolution, and measures decided that the group will perform the following tasks:     

(A) assist the Commission in carrying out its mandate as specified in paragraph 24 of resolution 1970 (2011);

(B) Gather, examine and analyze information from States, relevant United Nations bodies, regional organizations and other stakeholders on the implementation of the measures imposed by resolution 1970 (2011) and 1973 (2011) and modified in resolutions 2009 (2011), 2040 (2012), 2095 (2013) and this resolution, in particular incidents of non-compliance;

(C) Make recommendations on actions the Council, the Commission, the Government of Libya or any State, may consider to improve implementation of the relevant measures;

(D) Provide to the Council an interim report on its work no later than 180 days after the Panel’s appointment, and a final report to the Council, after consulting the Commission, no later than March 10, 2015, its findings and recommendations;

“14.  Urges all States, relevant United Nations bodies, including UNSMIL and other interested parties, to cooperate fully with the Committee and the Panel, in particular by supplying any information at their disposal on the implementation of the measures imposed by resolution 1970 (2011) and 1973 (2011), and amended by resolutions 2009 (2011) and 2040 (2012), 2095 (2013) and this resolution, in particular incidents of non-compliance; 

“15.  encourages the Panel to continue and accelerate its research on sanctions for non-compliance, including illicit transfers of arms and related materiel to and from Libya and the assets of persons subject to the asset freeze provisions resolutions 1970 (2011) and 1973 (2011), and amended by resolutions 2009 (2011), 2040 (2012), 2095 (2013) and this resolution, and encourages UNSMIL and the Libyan government to support the work of research panel inside Libya, including through the exchange of information, facilitating transit and granting access to the weapons storage facilities, as appropriate;   

“16.  encourages the Panel to submit to regular updates of the commissions, including identifying information, with supporting documentation, to the persons and entities subject to the measures imposed by paragraph 15 of resolution 1970 (2011 ) and / or paragraph 17 of resolution 1970 (2011) or paragraph 19 of resolution 1973 (2011), including, where appropriate, their activities, movements and location as well as any information related to possible imprisonment or death of the individual named; 

Reporting and review

“17.  Expresses its intention to review the mandate of the Commission in the event that the measures imposed by resolutions 1970 (2011) and 1973 (2011), and amended by resolutions 2009 (2011), 2040 (2012), 2095 ( 2013) and this resolution must be lifted by a future decision of the Security Council;

. “18  Requests the Secretary General to report to the Security Council on the implementation of this resolution, including all elements of the mandate of UNSMIL every 90 days;

“19.  Decides to remain actively seized of the matter. “

sources: libia-sos.blogspot.ch