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Фитви Абдельразак (LYi. 022)



Мохаммед Kaшлаф (LYi. 025)

Полное имя: Мухаммед аль-Хади аль-Араби Кашлаф

Имя на языке оригинала: محمد الهادي العربي كشلاف

Дата рождения: 15 ноября 1988 года

Номер паспорта: HR8CHGP8

Дата и место выдачи:27 апреля 2015 года, Завия

Национальный идентификационный номер: 119880210419

Персональное удостоверение личности: 728498

Дата выдачи: 24 февраля 2007 года

Мусааб Абу Карин (LYi. 024)

Полное имя: Мусааб Мустафа Абу аль-Кассим Омар

Также известен как: Мусааб Абу Карин

Имя на языке оригинала:مصعب مصطفى ابو القاسم عمر

Фитви Абдельразак (LYi. 022)

Также известен как: Абдурезак, Абдельразак, Абдульразак, Абдраззак

Эрмиас Гермай (LYi. 021)

Имя: Эрмиас Алем

Также известен как: Эрмиас Гермай, Гуро

Гражданство: Эфиопия

Год рождения: примерно 1980

Место рождения: Эритрея

 

Annex 1 Abbreviations and acronyms

AAS Ansar Al-Sharia
AIB Arab Investment Bank
AIS Automatic Identification System
APM anti-personnel mines
AQIM Al-Qaida in the Islamic Maghreb
ARSC Ajdabiya Revolutionaries Shura Council
BDB Benghazi Defence Brigades
BRSC Benghazi Revolutionaries Shura Council
CAR Conflict Armament Research
CBL Central Bank of Libya
CCMSR Conseil du commandement militaire pour le salut de la République
CID Criminal Investigation Department
Committee Committee established pursuant to Security Council resolution 1970 (2011) concerning Libya
Council United Nations Security Council
DCIM Department Combating Illegal Migration
DMSC Shura Council of Mujahideen in Derna
EU European Union
EUC End-user certificate
EUR Euro
Ex-JEM Justice and Equality Movement/Abdallah Jana
FACT Front pour l’alternance et la concorde au Tchad
GNA Government of National Accord
GNC General National Congress
HoR House of Representatives
IAEA International Atomic Energy Agency
IAN Implementation Assistance Notice
ICC International Criminal Court
IED Improvised explosive device
IMF International Monetary Fund
IMO International Maritime Organization
IOM International Organization for Migration
ISIL Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant
JEM Justice and Equality Movement
LAFICO Libyan Arab Foreign Investment Company
LAIP Libyan African Investment Portfolio
LC Letters of credit
LFB Libyan Foreign Bank
LIA Libyan Investment Authority
LLIDF Libyan Local Investment and Development Fund
LNA Libyan National Army
LPA Libyan Political Agreement
LTP Long Term Portfolio
LYD Libyan Dinar
MANPADS Man Portable Air Defence System
MIC Military Industrial Corporation
MMR Man Made River
MNLA Mouvement national pour la libération de l’Azawad
MUJAO Mouvement pour l’unification et le jihad en Afrique de l’ouest
NGO Non-governmental organization
NOC National Oil Corporation
NSG National Salvation Government
NTC National Transitional Council
OHCHR Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights
OPCW Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons
Panel Panel of Experts
PC Presidency Council
PFG Petroleum Facilities Guard
PFLL Popular Front for the Liberation of Libya
RFC Rassemblement des forces pour le changement
RPG Rocket Propelled Grenade
SDF Special Deterrence Force
SDN Specially Designated National
SLA Sudan Liberation Army
SLA/MM Sudan Liberation Army/Minni Minawi
SLA/Unity Sudan Liberation Army/Unity
SRSG Special Representative of the Secretary-General
SWIFT Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication
TRB Tripoli Revolutionaries Brigade
UAE United Arab Emirates
UNDSS United Nations Department for Safety and Security
UNHCR United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
UNMAS United Nations Mine Action Service
UNSMIL United Nations Support Mission in Libya
USD United States Dollars

 


Annex 4 Institutions/individuals consulted

Annex 5 Outgoing correspondence

Source: Confidential

Source: Facebook

 

1. The following is an unofficial translation of the above document.

 

Translated from Arabic

Libya Arab Armed Forces

The General Command

Al-Jufra Operations Room

Date: 2.10.2017

 

Addressed to Sebha Military Zone, and all Checkpoints,

Laissez-passer for a convoy of 17 vehicles equipped with medium machine guns from al-Jufra to Um al-Araneb through Sebha under the command of Major General Jaber, one of the leaders of the Sudanese opposition, and affiliated with the Operations Room al-Jufra from Tuesday 03/10/2017 at 07:00.

Signed by Staff Brigadier Ali Mohammad Omar Saad, Commander of the al-Jufra Operations Room.

 

Source: Confidential


 

 

Source: Facebook

 


 

2. The following is an unofficial translation of the above document.

Translated from Arabic

Libya Arab Armed Forces

The General Command

Al-Jufra Operations Room

Date: …2017

 

Addressed to all Checkpoints,

Captain Abd al-Majid Senine Ali

We inform that the Captain mentioned above is affiliated with the Zela Martyrs’ Brigade of al-Jufra Operations Room and is authorized to freely move in the region between Zela and Um al-Araneb, accompanied by three vehicles.

Signed by Staff Brigadier Ali Mohammad Omar Saad, Commander of the al-Jufra Operations Room.

 

Source: Confidential


 

Source: Confidential

 

 

3. The following is an unofficial translation of the above document.

 

Translated from Arabic

General Command of Libya Arab Armed Forces

Grand Sirte Operations Room

Date: 28.9.2017

 

Addressed to the General Commander of the Libyan Arab Armed Forces,

(…)

In order to update you on the latest field developments in the Oil Crescent, we provide with the following information:

The presence of 118 graves belonging to allied forces killed during the latest combats could be a source of tensions with local populations in the future. We met with Mr. Hilal Bu Amud to convince Isaac Jaber, commander of the allied forces, to transport the sepulchres from pastoral zones to remote areas. We proposed several locations (…).

Signed by Staff Brigadier Ali Mohammad Omar Saad, Commander of the al-Jufra Operations Room.

 

Source: Confidential


 

Source: Confidential

 

 

4. Thefollowing is an unofficial translation of the above document.

 

Translated from Arabic

The General Command of the Libyan Armed Forces

Date: 11.01.2018

Annex I,

Human losses of the Libyan Armed Forces in Benghazi operations zone, from 14 May 2015 to 28 December 2017.

Regular troops: 2.365

Support forces (local youth): 18.534

Allied Arab forces: 1.784

Foreign (non-Arab) advisors: 11

 

Source: Confidential


 

Source: Confidential


Source: Facebook.

 

 

31. The following is an unofficial translation of the above document.

 

Translated from Arabic

The General Command of the Armed Forces

The Petroleum Facilities Guard

The 152 Motorized Brigade

Fathi Arhim Martyr Company

Date: 1.11.2017

 

Addressed to the Director of Wintershall Company,

Please instruct not to resume production of oil (…).

Signed by the Commander of Martyr Fathi Arhim Company

 

Source: Facebook.


Source: Confidential

32. This report is handwritten. Due to the poor resolution of the image, the Panel was only able to translate it partially. Sections from the medical report clearly indicate that the individual died from torture during his detention by Brigade 152.

33. The following is a translation of the above document.

 

Translated from Arabic

(Page 1)

Ministry of Justice

Judicial Expertise Centre

Criminal Forensic Department

 

Date: 28.4.2016

 

Medical Report number: 1007_2016

Upon a request by: Military Prosecution

Examined: Youssef Mohammad Youssef

Born: 1976 Nationality: Libyan Examined on: 30.3.2016

Cause of Death: Haematoma n°2

(…)

 

(Page 2)

Medical Report number: 1007_2016

Upon a request by: Military Prosecution

Examined: Youssef Mohammad Youssef

Born: 1976 Nationality: Libyan Examined on: 30.3.2016

 

(…)

Examination of the body reveals the existence of multiple injuries due to the use of hard tools, regardless of their specific type.

Head and neck and area:

1. Three superficial wounds on the right side of the head.

2. Four wounds and bruises on the rear of the head

3. Large bruise (3cmx6cm) in the form of a crescent on the left side of the neck, which reaches the left side of the jaw.

4. A bruise and a superficial wound on the lower backside of the head.

 

Chest, back and arms

1. Bruises on chest in the form of railways, on the left side of the chest, on the arms and most of the back.

2. Deadly wound on the right lower side of the belly.

(…)

 

Source: Confidential


Annex 15 The case of Mohammad Bakir (a.k.a Al Nahla)

Source: Confidential

 


 

34. The following is an unofficial translation of the above document.

 

Translated from Arabic

Ministry of Justice

Judicial Expertise Centre

Criminal Forensic Department

 

Date: 7.11.2016

Medical Report number: 1007_2016

Upon a request by: West Misrata Attorney Office

Examined: Mohammad Bakir Ali Karkar

Born: 1976 Nationality: Libyan Examined on: 30.3.2016

Cause of Death: Strong lung infection.

Were noted on the body a light injury on the head (…) as well as several bruises on the body that seem old and not related to the death.

 

Source: Confidential


Source: Facebook

 


 

35. The following is an unofficial translation of the above document.

 

 

Translated from Arabic

The Armed Arab Libyan Forces

The Chief of Staff

Omar al-Mokhtar Operations Room

Date: 27.06.2018

 

Addressed to the Commander of Ayn Mara Martyrs’ Company,

(…) to allow families to return to their homes in liberated areas and not to harm them by individuals in violation of instructions and laws. Instruct to evacuate the houses of civilians by military personnel.

Signed by Major General Salem Muftah Hussein al-Refadi

Commander of Omar al-Mokhtar Operations Room

 

Source: Facebook


Source: Confidential

 

36. Thefollowing is an official translation of the above document.

Source: Confidential

 

38. Thefollowing is an official translation of the above document.

Source: Confidential

 

39. The following is an official translation of the above document.

 

Annex 22 El Muktar Annex

41. Examples of the items seized are shown below.

Picture 1 RPG 26

Picture 2 RPG 27

Picture 4 RPO-A Shmel

Picture 5 WPF 89-2

Picture 6 9M111M

Picture 7 9M111M

Photograph 1: 9M113

Photograph 2: 9M131M

Launched anti-tank rounds

Photograph 6: PG-7 round

Source: Confidential

 

2. Armada in Istanbul (agent) was the freight agent for Orica Nitro (seller). It brokered the freight contract for Orica Nitro with Andromeda Shipmanagement A.S. (carrier) and Navi Trade Shipping Agency, alias Contchart Commodities Ltd, Lebanon (charterer):

 

Copy of one of the original Bills of Lading mentioning that the freight was prepaid:

Source: Confidential

 


Copy of the freight contract by Armada Ltd:

Source: Confidential

 


Copy of the certificate of origin for the export license:

Source: Confidential


Copy of the end user certificate:

.

Source: Confidential

 

 

Copy of the contract between Orica Nitro and the Ethiopian buyer:

Source: Confidential


 

Source: Confidential

 

5. The manager of MV Andromeda previously experienced problems with the AIS signal and asked Marine Traffic to solve the issue in October 2017. Marine Traffic confirmed that the signal was producing wrong results, because in all likelihood another vessel received the same MMSI code from the Flag State, Tanzania:

  George Triantafyllopoulos (MarineTraffic Support) Oct 31, 12:00 EET Hello again, I hope you are doing well. Thank you for being so patient while we were working on resolving the issue you described. As originally suspected, the issue you mentioned had to do with the fact that, as previously discussed, there is another vessel that shares the same MMSI, Call Sign and moves around the same area as your vessel, causing an issue for the data we receive from both vessels to be appropriately translated into our Database. From our side, the only viable option to avoid this mix up moving forward is to establish a different MMSI for your vessel in our system. This is the only way to make sure that the signals we receive from your vessel are correctly translated into our database, and subsequently in our Live Map. As you might have already noticed, since doing that, you have been receiving a normal amount of positions the last few days. Once again thank you for being patient and I do apologise for any inconvenience caused so far. If there is anything else I can help you with, please let me know. Best regards, George Triantafyllopoulos Add value to your business: Solutions | Book your demo | Business Directory MarineTraffic

 

  George Triantafyllopoulos (MarineTraffic Support) Oct 17, 15:52 EEST Hello again, Thank you for your immediate response. I have now escalated this ticket and passed it over to the appropriate department. As soon as I have more information, I will let you know. In the meantime, if there is anything else I can do for you, please don't hesitate to contact me again. All the Best, George Triantafyllopoulos MarineTraffic

 

Coasters Ship Oct 17, 15:18 EEST COASTERS MARINE CORP Shipmanagers - Brokers - Operators 2nd Floor, 249 Demokratias Ave., 136 71 Athens, Greece Ph/Fx +30 210 2389229 - Ph +30 213 0304356 - Ph +30 213 0098380 Mob +30 6936 758304 - Email coasters.ship@gmail.com Skype Coastersmaritime Dear Sirs, Further to your last request, please be informed that after Zwarah port, Vessel has reached Alexandria port, Abu qir port (Egypt), while now is reaching Sidon port (Lebanon) Kindly

 

  George Triantafyllopoulos (MarineTraffic Support) Oct 17, 15:12 EEST Hello again, I hope you are doing well. I can see that indeed the vessel you are referring to has not displayed a position for the past few weeks. I truly apologize for this inconvenience. There is a possibility that the use of the same MMSI that we noticed last time, is causing some confusion. I will have to contact the data Team about this issue. Before escalating the issue for a further investigation, I will kindly ask you to provide me with some more information about the recent locations that the vessel has travelled to, so I can give them more information. Thank you in advance. I'm looking forward to hearing from you. Kind Regards, George Triantafyllopoulos MarineTraffic

 

Coasters Ship Oct 17, 11:46 EEST This is a follow-up to your previous request #71992 "Mv/Andromeda Call Sign" COASTERS MARINE CORP Shipmanagers - Brokers - Operators 2nd Floor, 249 Demokratias Ave., 136 71 Athens, Greece Ph/Fx +30 210 2389229 - Ph +30 213 0304356 - Ph +30 213 0098380 Mob +30 6936 758304 - Email coasters.ship@gmail.com Skype Coastersmaritime Dear Sirs, There seems to be a problem between your support services and Vessel Andromeda. Although AIS works normally, on your Site Vessel seems to be still at Zwarah, Libya, where it was about a month ago. When we try to track the Vessel through another Site, Vessel is correctly reachable. Can you pls find out and try to solve the proble with 'Marine Traffic'? Thank you in advance Kindly Operation Depart

 

Source: Confidential

6. The Panel requested from the Flag State, Tanzania, the Long-range identification and tracking system (LRIT), but did not receive a reply. At the same time, the Panel noted that Marine Traffic continued to show AIS information on its map, though the MV Andromeda remained at the port of Heraklion. For example, Marine Traffic showed MV Andromeda sailing from Haifa, Israel, to Beirut, Lebanon, between 2 to 10 July 2018:

 

 

 

Source: Confidential


 

Source: Eurocontrol, 2018

 


 

Source: Riccardo Mortara

 


 

 

Source: Confidential

12. The owner of the plane has shared with the Panel all the flights conducted since the L-39 is stationed in Benghazi including the names of the pilots on the plane. The flights are limited to 20 minutes each. According to the owner, the aim was to maintain his skills and those of his company’s pilots.

Source: Riccardo Mortara


 

Picture 8 Armoured infantry vehicle al-Wahsh by King Abdullah II Design and Development Bureau (KADDB) of Jordan, equipped with a closed snakehead turret used by LNA’s 106 Brigade in Derna in June 2018. The turret provides full protection to the fighter shooting

Source: LNA Media Office, 26 June 2018[71]

 

 

Picture 12 Armoured infantry vehicles (Nimr Jais MRAP on the left and Caiman MRAP on the right, both with closed turrets), of the Bou Hdima Martyrs Brigade of the LNA in Benghazi, preparing for the siege of Derna in August 2017

Source: Social media[75]


 

Source: Confidential


 

Annex 32 Detonating cord

16. The case of the vessel El-Mukhtar (see paragraph ‎0 and ‎0 ) has confirmed the Panel’s previous reporting on regular weapons transfers from Misrata to the Benghazi Revolutionary Shura Council (BRSC). The Panel has received footage of LNA specialized units defusing IEDs in Benghazi featuring large boxes containing detonating cords manufactured by an explosive manufacturer based in Turkey. and surrounding areas. Part of that footage shows the seizure in early 2017 of large boxes wrapped with multiple layers of plastic foil on board a vessel sailing from Misrata. The boxes seized contained explosives including detonating cords and still featured stickers of the manufacturing company. The sticker mentions following company information:

KAPEKS URETIM PATLAYICI MADDELER TIC LTD.STI

Umit Mah 2528 Sok.No3 Cankaya Ankara

Posta Kodu 06810 Turkiye

www.kapeks.com.tn

Source: Confidential, 2017

Source: Ibid.

20. Haftar flew from eastern Libya to Tunis on board a private F900 jet with the tail number P4-RMA. The Falcon jet plane is owned by a UAE-based company called Sonnig International Group Ltd, and operated by Golden Eagle Trading FZE based in Dubai but registered in the Caribbean Netherlands. The CEO of Sonnig confirmed to the Panel that he is also the CEO of Golden Eagle Trading. The companies have set up an operational branch at the Benghazi airport and charter two Falcon jets amongst others to Khalifa Haftar.


 

Annex 34 Tunisia

21. The Panel received information on only two seized caches:

Date Location Materiel
12.07.2017 Sfax Unspecified arms cache
07.02.2017 Sakah (Remada) 6 rocket-propelled grenade launchers; 1 AKM self-loading rifle

Source: Confidential

22. The Panel documented the arms seized and stocked with the Tunisian National Army. The material offers little clue to any specific source of arms other then those identified in previous reports (see S/2017/466 para 171 and 172).

Source: Panel of Experts

Source: Panel of Experts

Picture 20 AKM-type self-loading rifle, Zastava factory, Yugoslavia (Serbia)

Source: Panel of Experts


 

AIK Trading

2. The Panel obtained an of the end-user certificate that indicates a possible instance of non-compliance with the arms embargo in mid-2013. On 17 September 2013, Bulgaria submitted an incomplete notification to the Committee on the transfer of 2,028,000 rounds of 7.62x39mm ammunition. The exporting Bulgarian company was Vazovski Machinostroitelni Zavodi (VMZ) and the broker was AIK Trading Limited registered in Cyprus. Based on the Panel’s enquiry Bulgaria, noted that the export licence for the ammunition was cancelled on 15 October 2013. AIK Ltd however received on 5 June 2013 the full payment showed on the proforma invoice of Euro 381,264.00.

3. The money was transferred throught the account of company registered in Tunisia, called “Société Al Bayan de Commerce International” (Al Bayan). The transfer from Al Bayan suggests that the delivery had taken place before a licence was issued.

4. Khaled al-Sharif denied that he had any involvement in the transaction. He insisted that the end-user certificate features a forged signature. He pointed out that he used to always add a signature next to his signature, which was missing on the copy obtained by the Panel. Therefore, the Panel verified the end-user certificate submitted by Bulgaria on 17 September 2013. This copy features a hand-written date just next to his signature.

White Star company

5. The Panel reviewed the financial transaction from Al Bayan’s Tunisian bank account. From January 2013 to May 2015, the company received funds from several Libyan accounts of over 253 million USD. In the same time period, the company transferred approximately the same amount of money to companies and offshore trading companies in several countries. Further investigations brought to light a payment of two million Euro to a Greek company. The company confirmed to the Panel that it was the down payment by the Libyan company White Star for the purchase of 181 tanker trucks for the Ministry of Defence.

6. A Greek broker had introduced the Greek manufacturer to Khaled al-Sharif. The first meeting in Tripoli in early 2013 was attended by Khaled al-Sharif, Abd al-Hakim Belhaj, and the Director of White Star Mustapha Abd al-Rahman. It was followed by a visit to the factory in Greece to Athens. White Star signed the contract to purchase 181 tanker trucks. The down payment of 2 million Euro, however, was done through the intermediary of Al Bayan’s Tunisian bank account

7. It seems that Al Bayan was used to channel money from Libyan companies to veil the origin of the funds. The Panel, therefore, investigated whether Mr. Sharif or Mr Belhadj had any private interests in the White Star company. Mr. Sharif and Mr Belhadj confirmed to the Panel that they visited the factory in Greece. They both stressed that they had not connections with White Star, but knew the director, Abd al-Rahman. The managers of the Greek company, on contrast, mentioned that Mr. Sharif had given the instruction to Mr. Abd al-Rahaman to conclude the deal. The managers of the Greek company was under the impression that White Star and al Bayan were used as front companies.


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Limbado case

1. The following is an extract of the agreement signed between National Oil Corporation of Benghazi and “Limbado Finance Ltd.” on 3 October 2017.

 

Source: Confidential


Volont case

2. The following is an extract of the agreement signed between National Oil Corporation of Benghazi and “Volont Shipping and Trading.” on 12 October 2017.

Source: Confidential


 

Rao Rosneftegazstory case

3. The following is a letter signed by the National Oil Corporation of Benghazi to confirm a cargo availability in the favour of “Rao Rosneftegazstory”, on 12 October 2017.

Source: Confidential


Quelson case

4. The following is a letter signed by the National Oil Corporation of Benghazi to confirm a cargo availability in the favour of “Quelson Overseas Inc”, on 26 February 2018.

Source: Confidential


Veduta case

5. The following is a letter signed by the National Oil Corporation of Benghazi to confirm a cargo availability in the favour of “Veduta Global Limited”, on 19 April 2018.

Source: Confidential


Phaedra Bright-1 case

6. The following is a letter from the National Oil Corporation addressed to the Panel of Experts, on 13 May 2018, on an illicit attempt conducted by the Eastern National Oil Corporation.

Source: Confidential

2. The following is an official translation of the document indicated in para 1.

 

Libyan Interim Government

Source: Confidential


Source: Confidential

 

2. The following is an official translation of the document indicated in para. 1.

From the Petroleum Facilities Guard in the central and eastern region to:

 

Chairman of the Management Committee of Sirte Oil Co.

Chairman of the Management Committee of the Libyan Marketing (promotion) for Fertilizer Company

Chairman of the Management Committee of Ras Lanuf Company

Supervisor of Zueitina port

Supervisor of Hariga/Tobruk port

Supervisor of Harouge port

 

Instructions were issued by the General Command and conveyed by the security Coordinator – PFG

 

Upon the orders of the General Commander of the Arab Libyan Armed Forces (the LNA), it is prohibited to receive vessels intending to export from the above-mentioned ports as well as work in ports and fields is prohibited until further notice.

 

Sincerely,

 

Naji Ahmad Moussa el-Maghribi

Commander of the Petroleum Facilities Guard

Central and Eastern region/branch

 

Transmitter: Time of transmission

Consignee: Time of reception

Source: Confidential

4. The following is an official translation of the document indicated in para 3.


Libyan Arab Armed Forces

General Command

Petroleum Facilities Guard, Central and Eastern Regions

Subject: Resumption of oil exports

Ref.: fa’ jim waw shin / 08 / 1705

27 Shawwal, A.H. 1439 (10 July, A.D. 2018)

Sirs,

I write further to the orders given by the Commander-in-Chief of the Libyan Arab Armed Forces on 10 July 2018 authorizing the resumption of exports from your ports.

In accordance with those orders, the provisions of our telegram jim waw shin / 59 / 1534 of 27 June 2018, which stated that vessels would no longer be granted permission to export from oil ports, are hereby rescinded. The Petroleum Facilities Guard units responsible for protecting oil assets have received instructions that export activities may resume.

May the peace and mercy of God and his blessings be upon you.

(Signed) Major General Naji Ahmad Musa al-Maghribi

Commander, Petroleum Facilities Guard/Central and Eastern Regions

 

Chair, Board of Directors, Sirte Company for the Production and Manufacturing of Oil and Gas

Chair, Board of Directors, Arabian Gulf Oil Company

Executive Director, Libyan Norwegian Fertilizer Company

Chair, Board of Directors, Harouge Oil Operations

Chair, Board of Directors, Ras Lanouf Company

Chair, Board of Directors, Waha Oil Company

Chair, Board of Directors, Zueitina Oil Company

Copied:

Libyan Arab Armed Forces General Command, for information

National Oil Corporation, for information

Coordinator of Protection, Central and Eastern Regions Branch, Petroleum Facilities Guard, for information

Security desks of the Petroleum Facilities Guard, Central and Eastern Regions, for information

Records, for archiving.

 

Source: Confidential (Translated by United Nations)

Source: Confidential


Source: Confidential


State of Libya

Government of National Accord

26 February 2018

Re: Request for a meeting

To: Panel of Experts of the Security Council committee established pursuant to resolution 1970 (2011) concerning Libya

From: Muhammad al-Amin al-Arabi Kashlaf

Commander of the Zawiyah support unit of the Petroleum Facilities Guard

Sir,

We would like thank you for your unwavering commitment to the rights of citizens and for maintaining the credibility and transparency of your ongoing research and fact-finding efforts. We wish to cooperate with you and would to meet with you in order correct the inaccuracies in your report on the security situation in Libya in 2016 and 2017. We therefore hope that you will set a date for our meeting. We attach herewith some documents that attest to the veracity of the information that we have submitted. Thank you for your cooperation and peace be upon you.

(Signed) Muhammad al-Amin al-Arabi Kashlaf

 

Source: Confidential

 

 

Source: Confidential

Picture 23 Temeteron seized by Zawiyah Coastguard on 28 June 2016. This picture was taken in Greece, where the vessel was seized for carrying an illegal load of diesel on 1 April 2016, prior its interception by the Libyan Coastguard

Source: Shipspotting.com[80]

2. According to sources in Zawiyah, seizures and arrests by the Coastguard unit in Zawiyah of fuel tankers are sometimes influenced by business interests of Mohammad Kachlaf. al-Milad ’s appointment in the Coastguard in Zawiyah late 2014 was done following Kachlaf’s intervention (See S/2017/466, annex 30). As pointed out in the previous report, al-Milad used the Coastguard’s boat in order to intercept migrants at sea and transport them to al Nasr detention centre, from where they were sold again to smugglers.

Source: Confidential

2. Abu Kammash is owned by Morad Idrissi, Liasa Younis Alazabi and Mohamed Jarrafa, who also “rent” the facilities to other individuals. Sidi Ali’s owners are unknown, and its facilities are “rented” to several Zuwarah smugglers. Marsa Tiboda’s pumpimg station is owned and operated by Fahmi Musa Bin Khalifa (a.k.a. Fahmi Slim), and his brothers.


 

Source: Confidential

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Annex 53 Capricorn

1. The details of the vessel are:

Source: Equasis

2. On 19 July 2017, the Chargé d’affairs a.i. of the Permanent Mission of Libya to the UN forwarded an email correspondence dated 7 July 2017 in which the focal point appointed pursuant to resolution 2146 (2014), Dr. Abdallah Ateiga, informed about a vessel loading smuggled gasoil offshore Zuwarah (Libya).

3. On 25 October 2017, the Panel received a letter, with attachment (see below), from the Permanent Representative of the United Republic of Tanzania to the United Nations indicating that the vessel Capricorn has been deregistered from the Tanzania Zanzibar International Register of Shipping on 10 September 2017. Its current flag remains unknown.

Source: Confidential


Annex 54 Lynn S

1. The details of the vessel are:

Source: Equasis

2. The Lynn S is operated by “Morgan Navigation Co SA”[81], a subsidiary company of “Alfamarine Shipping Co Ltd”[82], both companies registered in Lebanon. The vessel is owned by “Leen Trade Co”, a Liberian registered company.

3. On 27 July 2017, the Chargé d’affairs a.i. of the Permanent Mission of Libya to the UN forwarded an email correspondence dated 26 July 2017 in which the focal point appointed pursuant to resolution 2146 (2014), Dr. Abdallah Ateiga, informed about an illicit ship to ship transfer of the smuggled Libyan gasoil from the “Capricorn” to another tanker, the “Lynn S”. On 2 August 2017, the Lynn S was added to the sanctions list.

4. According to both the owners and the master of the vessel, the ship-to-ship transfer was never performed, as the Capricorn refused to provide any official documents of its cargo.

Stark

1. The Stark (IMO 7105419) was intercepted on 28 April 2017 by the Libyan Coastguard, 1.5 nautical miles off Abu Kammash. The vessel was in the proximity of the Ruta at that moment

2. The vessel was loaded with 500.000 litters of diesel oil when it was boarded by the Coastguard. There were six Turkish citizens on board.

3. Anadolu Uluslararasi Ticaret[83] owns the Stark.

Source: Equasis

Source: IHS Sea-web

4. The vessel turned off its AIS on 23 April 2017, 35 nautical miles off Zarzis, Tunisia. In the following days it turned east and headed to the coast of Zuwarah.

23 April 2017 34º02’49”N 11º28’11”E

Source: IHS Sea-web

Ruta

5. The Ruta (IMO 8711899) was intercepted on 28 April 2017 by the Libyan Coastguard, 1.5 nautical miles off Abu Kammash, in the western coast of Libya.

6. The vessel was loaded with 3.000 tonnes of diesel oil. The crew was made up of fourteen Ukrainian citizens.

7. The vessel was in the proximity of the Stark at that moment.

8. Manchester Shipping SA[84], a company registered in Ukraine, owns the Ruta.

Source: Equasis

Source: IHS Sea-web

9. The vessel turned off its AIS on 23 April 2017, 11 nautical miles off Malta.

24 April 2017 35º48’01”N 14º48’25”E

Source: IHS Sea-web

10. According to the investigations conducted by the Prosecutor of Catania, Italy, the Ruta has been involved in ship to ship operations with vessels involved in illicit smuggling of fuel from Libya, particularly the Basbosa Star (IMO 8846838) and the Sea Master X (IMO 7332488), both connected to Fahmi Slim’s smuggling network (see S/2016/209 para. 206), and has reportedly unloaded the smuggled fuel in Italian ports on 13 occasions.[85]

Rex/Amargi

11. The Rex (IMO 7105421) was intercepted on 29 August 2017 by the Libyan Coastguard and taken to Tripoli.

12. The vessel was loaded with 1.000 tonnes of diesel oil. The crew was made up of 10 individuals of various nationalities.

13. Ilu Trade and Shipping INC[86], a company registered in Turkey, is the owner of the Rex, formerly called “Amargi”.

Source: Equasis

Source: IHS Sea-web

14. The vessel turned off its AIS between 27 and 29 August 2017, 92 nautical miles off Zuwarah.

27 August 2017 34º22’36”N 12º37’31”E
29 August 2017 34º47’34”N 13º16’24”E

Source: IHS Sea-web

 

Lamar

15. The Lamar (IMO 6620034) was intercepted on 15 March 2018 by the Libyan Coastguard when in front of the coast of Abu Kammash.

16. The tanker was loaded with 950.000 litres of fuel when intercepted. It was further directed to Tripoli. The crew was made up of 8 Greek citizens.

17. Muraco Management Corp, a company registered in Nigeria, is the owner of Lamar.

Source: Equasis

 

18. The vessel turned off its AIS between on 7 March 2018, outside Tunisian territorial waters, while heading east to Zuwarah – Abu Kammash area.

7 March 2018

Source: IHS Sea-web


Annex 56 Goeast

1. The Libyan Coastguard opened fire on the Goeast (IMO 7526924) on 6 October 2017. Its AIS was disconnected at the time.

2. Arida Trade LLP, Care of Uvas-Trans Ltd, is the registered owner of the Goeast.

Source: Equasis

 

Source: Equasis

Source: IHS Sea-web

3. Following the incident, the tanker headed north to Malta, off Valetta port, outside its territorial waters, where it remained adrift between 11 and 19 October 2017. According to Maltese authorities, no request was made by the Goeast to enter any port.

4. On 19 October 2017, the vessel set sail to the Sea of Crete and disconnected its AIS on 20 October. On 22 October it briefly reconnected its AIS before crossing the Dardanelles strait.

5. On 24 October 2017 it arrived at Ahirkapi anchorage area (near Istanbul), where it was granted anchorage permission, according to the Turkish authorities. They further stated that a gas purification process for maintenance purposes was conducted. On 1 November 2017, the tanker was granted entry to Tuzla port where it remained until 8 November 2017.

6. On 10 November 2017 it crossed the Bosporus and between 19 November and 14 December 2017 remained a few miles east of the Traffic Separation Scheme of Kerch strait, Crimea. Its AIS was disconnected on several occasions.

10 October 2017  
11-19 October 2017  
24 October 2017  
19 November to 14 December 2017  
8 November 2017  

Source: IHS Sea-web

 

7. Since the incident, the tanker has not operated in the central Mediterranean area.

Source: IHS Sea-web

Annex 57 Noor

1. The Noor (IMO 8312459) set sail off Malta on 23 October 2017, heading towards Gabes port, Tunisia. On 26 October 2017, 41 nautical miles off Gabes port, it turned east to Zuwarah coast, where it remained anchored in 2 different locations between 28 October 2017 and 1 November 2017. The vessel disconnected its AIS on 16 November 2017, while on its way back to a point off Malta, where it arrived on 19 November 2017.

2. It is relevant to mention that the Noor set sail from and arrived to the same location off Malta, outside its territorial waters.

23 October 2017  
28 October 2017 to 1 November 2917
16 November 2017  
26 October 2017  
19 November 2017  

Source: IHS Sea-web

3. According to Equasis, Ali Breiki SMA, care of United Maritime Services LTD, is the registered owner of the Noor.

Source: Equasis

4. According to the information provided by Mr Iftikhar Rafique, from United Maritime Services LTD, the vessel was sold for scrap in November 2016, however no proof of scrap or any other documents were made available. The new owners are unknown.

5. The vessel was broken up in January 2018 in Aliaga, Turkey.

Source: IHS Sea-web


Source: Ashraf Bin Ismail


 

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Полное имя: Мухаммед аль-Хади аль-Араби Кашлаф

Имя на языке оригинала: محمد الهادي العربي كشلاف

Дата рождения: 15 ноября 1988 года

Номер паспорта: HR8CHGP8

Дата и место выдачи:27 апреля 2015 года, Завия

Национальный идентификационный номер: 119880210419

Персональное удостоверение личности: 728498

Дата выдачи: 24 февраля 2007 года

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Полное имя: Мусааб Мустафа Абу аль-Кассим Омар

Также известен как: Мусааб Абу Карин

Имя на языке оригинала:مصعب مصطفى ابو القاسم عمر

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Также известен как: Абдурезак, Абдельразак, Абдульразак, Абдраззак

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Имя: Эрмиас Алем

Также известен как: Эрмиас Гермай, Гуро

Гражданство: Эфиопия

Год рождения: примерно 1980

Место рождения: Эритрея

 







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