UNITED NATIONS, March 10 (Reuters) – U.N. experts say Libya
has become a primary source of illicit weapons, including
shoulder-fired missiles, which have been trafficked to at least
14 countries and are fueling conflicts on several continents,
Rwanda’s U.N. envoy said on Monday.
Rwandan Ambassador Eugene Gasana, chair of the U.N. Security
Council’s Libya sanctions committee, briefed the 15-member
council on the final report of the independent panel of experts
who monitor violations of the world body’s sanctions regime.