Yesterday evening, Thursday evening, the Libyan Public Prosecutor, Counselor Al-Siddiq Al-Sour, ordered the imprisonment of the contractor who transported quantities of smuggled “methyl bromide” gas into the country. Pictures circulating in the Libyan media show the gas cylinders being hidden inside a truck made of dirt. According to the “Africa Gateway” news website. The Libyan authorities received a report about “unjustified traffic through Libyan cities of a person wanted by the prosecution for his involvement in the activity of trafficking in narcotics and psychotropic substances on a large scale.”

The Public Prosecutor’s Office explained that the seized gas “is classified among the list of materials prohibited from being imported, as it causes chronic diseases in humans and harms the environmental system.” Therefore, the prosecution ordered the accused to be detained pending the case, and according to local reports, the authorities are trying to solve the mystery of how this quantity of gas was introduced. Gas to the country.