U.S. Authorities are considering the imposition of sanctions against the Marshal of the Libyan national army (LNA) Khalifa the Haftarot because of his refusal to resume oil exports, writes Wall Street Journal citing anonymous sources.
As told to unnamed officials, Washington has already warned the Haftarah about the threat of sanctions. According to the newspaper, in the White house believe that sanctions can force the Haftarot to “negotiate with opponents in Tripoli and to break off relations with Russia.”
In turn, the European and Libyan officials told the newspaper that Marshall Haftarah supposedly going to open ports for the blocked currently, oil exports, but then changed his mind.
According to the newspaper, the Haftarah is the property in the American state of Virginia, where he “lived in exile”. In particular, he owns a ranch worth $185 thousand and a house for $364 thousand in the Haftorah also have American citizenship and alleged connections with the CIA in the days of Muammar Gaddafi, making it “vulnerable” to sanctions, the newspaper said.
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