The United States suggests to take measures on settlement of the situation in Libya, in particular, urges Washington to allow the Libyan National oil Corporation to resume work.

This was stated by Advisor to the President for national security Robert O'Brien.

“We urge all parties — as those responsible for the current escalation, and those who are working to end it is to enable National oil Corporation to resume its vital work with full transparency, to implement the decision on the demilitarization of Sirte and al-Jufri, to respect the UN embargo on arms and to conclude a cease-fire in military talks under UN auspices in the format 5+5”, — quotes its words of RIA Novosti.

He noted that the United States “against foreign military involvement”.

“the Continuing attempts of foreign powers to use the conflict — for example, creating a permanent military presence or establishing control over resources that belong to the people of Libya — is a major threat to regional stability and world trade,” said O'Brien.

Earlier, The Wall Street Journal, citing its sources reported that the US government threatened the commander of the Libyan national army, the Caliph Haftarot sanctions due to the fact that it supposedly prevents the oil supply from Libya.