The Libyan Ministry of Health announced Sunday that the number of casualties caused by the clashes that broke out Saturday between armed groups in the capital, Tripoli, amounts to 32 deaths and 159 injuries.
This drought led to civil strife, which in turn led to political collapse, according to the researchers.
Okasha explained that such reality incurred the use of arms against Fathi Bashagha.
The ministry urged all Libyan parties to practice self-restraint, and abstain from taking any steps that would foment violence.
Bashagha was minister of interior at the Government of National Accord (GNA) that left power in January 2021.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi received Tuesday in Cairo Head of the Libyan Presidential Council Mohamed al-Menfy.
The city lies 130 kilometers away from the capital, Addis Ababa, which is the target of nine armed rebel groups.
AU Chair and President of the Democratic Republic of Congo Felix Tshisekedi condemned in a message the use of force in that conflict.
The funds will be directed to Tigray region, where armed conflict is ongoing.
President Sisi had headed to France earlier Thursday to take part in the conference scheduled for Friday on Libya.
Reuters acquired an "internal U.N. email" indicating that 72 Tigrayan drivers working with the United Nations have been detained by Ethiopian authorities.
A motion was submitted to the United Nations Security Council.
Airstrikes were launched Monday against the sites occupied by Tigray forces between Wollo province located in Oromia state, and Afar state.
It is noted that a number of countries are withdrawing their staff in the country as a result.
Tigray forces had captured two towns and have been advancing toward the capital so as now they lie 270 kilometers away from Addis Ababa.
That was during the participation of the minister of foreign affairs in the international conference Libya held Thursday to support stability on its territories.
UNICEF had warned that 100,000 Tigray children are vulnerable to malnutrition that can be life threatening over the coming 12 months.
The state secretary also urged all parties to achieve an "immediate and indefinite ceasefire" in the region lying northern the country on the borders with Sudan.
The government forces had seized the city in November.
Sirte lies in Central Libya while Misrata is located western the country.