The spokesperson of the European Union External Action Service (EEAS) expressed EU’s concern on the violent clashes in Tripoli.
On 13 July, islamist militias attacked the rival Zintan group that controls Libya's international airport in Tripoli, triggering fierce clashes that halted flights. According to the reports, at least seven people have been killed and 30 injured during the clashes.
EEAS spokesperson said on July 14:
"We are gravely concerned by the recent violent clashes ...
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