Deep concern over military escalation in Libya: Qatar Apr 05, 2019 0 1870 12345 QNADohaQatar has been following the recent military escalation in Libya with great concern, noting that this escalation comes shortly before the convening of the Libyan National Conference, and thus threatens to undermine the UN-backed political solution.In a statement on Thursday, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs expressed Qatar’s concern over western Libya sliding into chaos and insecurity, which will have serious repercussions on the political process and the ability of institutions in those areas to protect citizens’ lives and contain the problem of migration and human trafficking.Qatar reminded regional and international actors that this escalation might have a disastrous impact on the entire region, including Europe, and called for exercising influence to stop the recent attacks on western Libya in a clear violation of the UN agreement.The statement called on all parties in Libya to shoulder their responsibility towards the Libyan people, who aspire for peaceful solution and prioritising national dialogue over military options and the interest of the Libyan nation over individual ones. RELATED ARTICLES All set for IPU meet: Mahmoud Apr 05, 2019 0 2002 Soft power soaring up in style in Qatar Apr 05, 2019 0 2543 Johnny Depp visits Galeries Lafayette Apr 05, 2019 0 1848 Al Sadd lift QNB Stars League Title Al Sadd players celebrate after they won the QNB Stars League title at the Jassim Bin Hamad Stadium on Thursday. Al Sadd humble Al Ahli 7-2 to win the title with a round to spare. See also page 12 Proactive steps to achieve robust growth: QCB chief Tribune News Network Doha Qatar Central Bank (QCB) has adopted a proactive approach to address local and regional economic challenges to maintain a robust financial environment, its governor has said. “We have adopted .. Congress ends US support for Yemen war US lawmakers on Thursday voted to end military support for the bloody Saudi-led war in Yemen, dealing a harsh bipartisan rebuke to Donald Trump. The House of Representatives voted 247 to 175, with one Congressman voting ..