Libya shuts oil ports
Haftar handed control over to NOC in east of country.
Four Libya oil ports closed amid corruption allegations
Chris Stephen and Patrick Wintour
Libya’s United Nations-backed National Oil Corporation (NOC) has closed four oil ports held by the military chief Khalifa Haftar, collapsing the country’s hydrocarbons production.
The NOC has also written to the UN sanctions committee and foreign embassies with evidence that it says shows Haftar’s allies have for years been offering questionable contracts in breach of UN resolutions, that would lead to millions in dollars of oil revenues being siphoned out of the Libyan economy.
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