Libyans associated with Italy’s deal to reduce migration also among six placed under sanctions

The UN has imposed sanctions for people trafficking on Libyans closely associated with the country’s EU-funded coastguard or a deal made with the previous Italian government to slow migration, in a move that raises doubts about European policy in the area.

One of those subject to the UN asset freeze is former militia leader Abd Al Rahman Al-Milad, who is head of the EU-funded regional unit of the Libyan coastguard in Zawiyah.

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