UN fears IS in Libya could relocate from Sirte
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has cautioned that Islamic State contenders could set up new cells crosswise over Libya and north Africa as they are driven from their fortification of Sirte.
Boycott Ki-moon illustrated the risk from outside terrorist contenders (FTF) in Libya in a secret report to the Security Council, got by AFP.
“The late weight against ISIL in Libya could lead its individuals, including FTFs, to move and regroup in littler and topographically scattered cells all through Libya and in neighboring nations,” Ban Ki-moon said in the report.
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The annihilation of IS warriors in Sirte “gives off an impression of being an unmistakable plausibility”, driving numerous to escape south and in addition west, to Tunisia.