Home Reports Anger movement in Fazzan decides to stop oil flow

Anger movement in Fazzan decides to stop oil flow



The Movement of Fazzan Anger had decided to stop the flow of the natural resources produced by the southern side of Libya starting from 11 November until obtaining the needs of the south to achieve a good living.

The coordinator of the movement, Bashir Mohamed, told a TV channel that stopping the flow of resources would include the oil from the petroleum fields in the south. He added that they are calling for the support from the security devices, re-operating the steam company in Ubari city, contracting with doctors for the southern hospitals, reactivating the airports, and providing the liquidity and fuel.

Reacting to the movement’s warnings, the National Oil Corporation (NOC) had sent fives representatives to meet the demonstrators and listen to their demands.