The UN-backed PM of Libya distances himself from Misrata GNA ministers Bashagha and Maiteeq as opposing forces military build up rises again.
The shipwreck, the second to be recorded by the UN in many weeks, “signals the need now more than ever for state-led search and rescue capacity to be redeployed and the need to support NGO vessels operating in a vacuum,” said Msehli.
Khalifa Haftar has been part of the Libyan political scene for more than four decades.
Heavy fighting has erupted south of Tripoli after Libya's UN-backed government announced a counter-offensive against insurgent forces.
Islamic State group militants say they were behind knife attack in Tunis