UNSC adopts ‘lasting ceasefire’ resolution in Libya
The United Nations Security Council has recently adopted a resolution for a ‘lasting ceasefire’ in the North African oil-rich country Libya.
The resolution which was drafted by Britain was approved by 14 countries with only Russia refraining from voting. The resolution is aimed at supporting for a lasting ceasefire in Libya without any pre-condition. The country has been in chaos since 2011, after its leader Moamer Kadhafi was killed.