On Monday the German foreign minister threatened that the parties and countries interfering in Libya would be sanctioned.

Iran PressAfrica: Condemning foreign interference in Libya, Haiku Mass said: "All countries, companies, individuals, and institutions involved in violating Libya's arms embargo as well as mercenaries to the country are at risk of sanctions."

Also on Saturday, France, Italy, and Germany said in a joint statement that they are ready to consider imposing sanctions on foreign powers that violate Libya's arms embargo.

Libya has been embroiled in violence and political instability since the 2011 revolution, which led to the overthrow of Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi.

Libya is currently divided between two centers of power. One of them is the Tripoli-based government headed by Faiz al-Siraj, which is recognized by the United Nations. And another government based in the eastern Libyan city of Tobruk, backed by the UAE, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, and several European countries.  207/219

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