What did the Qatari Foreign Ministry say about what Bashagha was exposed to?
She affirmed her rejection of “violence and terror”, whatever the motives and reasons.
How the Libyan minister was exposed to an assassination attempt?
After shooting his convoy by an armed vehicle.
The State of Qatar has strongly condemned the attack on the convoy of the Minister of Interior of the Libyan Government of National Accord, Fathi Bashagha, west of Tripoli, calling for the prosecution of those involved in it and bringing them to justice.
The Qatari Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a statement yesterday evening, Sunday: “The State of Qatar expresses its strong condemnation and condemnation of the attack on the convoy of the Minister of Interior of the Libyan Government of National Accord, Fathi Bashagha, west of the capital, Tripoli, which resulted in the injury of a member of the minister’s protection.”
The Foreign Ministry renewed the State of Qatar’s firm position on rejecting violence, terrorism and criminal acts, whatever the motives and causes.
The ministry stressed the need to prosecute the elements involved in the attack and bring them to justice, expressing “Qatar’s wishes for the wounded person for a speedy recovery.”
The Ministry of Interior in the Government of National Accord announced that Bashagha had been subjected to an assassination attempt, yesterday afternoon.
It stated in a statement that “an armed armored car fired direct firing at the convoy of the Minister of Interior using automatic weapons.”
She explained that the security forces in charge of guarding the convoy dealt with the aforementioned car and arrested the armed group after a clash with it, which led to the injury of the guard accompanying the minister, according to the statement.
Libya has been suffering from an armed conflict for years, as Haftar’s militia has fought against the internationally recognized government for legitimacy and authority, which resulted in civilian deaths and injuries, along with massive material damage.
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