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- Daily Press Briefing by the Office of the Spokesperson for the Secretary-General
- Motion for a resolution Nigeria – B8-2018-0051
- EU must uphold nuclear agreement with Iran and continue dialogue on human rights
- شركة صنتيك تعرض وحدات رئيسية من منتجاتها في قمة طاقة المستقبل العالمية 2018 في أبو ظبي
- ندعوكم لزيارة أكبر معرض دولي للافتات وأضواء ليد في الصين
1. Potential candidates for training under EUNAVFOR MED Operation Sophia (ENFM) are put forward by the Libyan Coast Guard and Port Security (LCGPS) and thereafter selected following a vetting process carried out by competent EU Member States' authorities.
2. ENFM's current provision of training has been designed to be conducted in three different packages(1) ranging from basic seamanship to operational sea training, all focusing heavily on human rights responsibilities. It is further aimed at enhancing Libyan abilities to fight illicit smuggling activities, and to contribute to saving lives at sea within their territorial waters. Only the presence of a capable coast guard will allow addressing those issues in the long term.
The Council amended ENFM's mandate on 25 July 2017 to set up a monitoring mechanism of trainees to ensure the long-term efficiency of the training of the Libyan coastguards.
3. Responsibility for adjudication and prosecution of any human rights violations by the LCGPS in Libyan territorial waters lies with the competent Libyan authorities. ENFM's training courses for the LCGPS contain human rights and humanitarian components and involve participation by United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees/International Organisation for Migration.