The UN Security Council has added Ibrahim Jadhran to its Libya sanctions list for carrying out “armed actions and attacks against oil installations located in Libya’s oil crescent region that caused its destruction, the latest of which was on 14 June 2018”. As a result, Jadhran will now be subject to a UN asset freeze and travel ban.
"Attacks on the oil crescent resulted in casualties among the residents of the area and endangered the lives of civilians," adding that it caused oil exports from Libya to be halted between 2013 and 2018, causing huge losses to the Libyan economy.
The committee also said the he tried to export oil illegally, and recruited foreign fighters, to carry out repeated attacks in the Crescent oil.
Pointing to the Libyan Attorney General's Office issued an arrest warrant against Jadhran they UN noted he"works against the stability of Libya, and represents an obstacle to the Libyan parties to resolve the political crisis and the implementation of the plan of action declared by the United Nations."