Peace into Pieces: Arms Embargo in Libya doesn't hold

Once again, the meddling of International Foreign powers obstructs the possibility of a peaceful resolution to the Libyan conflict. Breaking the ceasefire only 10 days after its completion shows how the sides to the conflict are not committed to a peaceful resolution and letting Libya deal with its own affairs.

Despite all international efforts and the Berlin conference last week, the ceasefire in Libya seems to have been fruitless. Foreign shipments to Libyan combatants have resumed breaking the arms embargo that was put in place.

These shipments are being supplied by foreign powers who had pledged just days earlier to stop supplying weapons to the Libyan conflict. The UN reported that over the last 10 days, numerous cargo flights have been landing at Libyan airports providing the parties to the conflict with advanced weapons, armoured vehicles, advisers and fighters.