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Libya's delegate to the United Nations: We have incurred heavy economic losses as a result of the situation in the country


Libya's permanent delegation to the United Nations confirmed that the country has incurred losses as a result of some countries seizing some fixed Libyan assets and real estate investments, taking advantage of the political and exceptional circumstances that Libya is going through.


In his speech during the 32nd session on anti-corruption held in New York, according to the African News Agency, the deputy delegate in charge of the Libyan mission, Musa Al-Shara, said that despite the national efforts made in the field of combating corruption, the conflict and instability that Libya experienced During the past years, it created an environment for the looting and smuggling of the Libyan people’s money outside the country and losses incurred by Libya as a result of some countries seizing some fixed Libyan assets and real estate investments, taking advantage of the political and exceptional circumstances the country is going through, which made the issue of smuggled and looted funds and Libyan assets abroad a priority The Libyan authorities, according to the Libyan mission to the United Nations, on its Facebook page.


Al-Shara stressed that national efforts, no matter how great they are, need joint international cooperation to support them, and positive interaction by the authorities of the countries to which these funds were smuggled, urging the international community to make every possible effort to implement United Nations resolutions concerned with combating corruption, including resolutions urging the strengthening of cooperation. To curb and recover illicit financial flows in order to promote development.


He reiterated Libya's commitment to implement the provisions of the United Nations Convention against Corruption and all international instruments to which it is a party, and welcomed any joint international cooperation in particular.


Al-Shara welcomed the 32nd session on combating corruption, which sheds light on a very important issue and establishes international cooperation in the fight against corruption, highlighting national efforts to combat corruption, given that Libya is one of the countries that ratified the United Nations Convention against Corruption, which has become an essential part. of the national legal system.


The 32nd session on anti-corruption was held during the period 2-4 June, and highlighted the challenges and measures aimed at preventing and combating corruption, strengthening international cooperation, and the devastating cost of corruption for economies, societies and individuals around the world, especially during the Corona crisis and the exhausting recovery from it.

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