U.N. Report Says Blackwater Founder Erik Prince Violated Libya Arms Embargo

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Prince is likely to be referred to the U.N.’s Sanctions Committee, which could order a freeze on his assets or a travel ban 
DUBAI — A United Nations report accuses Blackwater founder Erik Prince of assisting in violations of an international arms embargo on Libya, placing the military contractor at risk of U.N. sanctions, according to a diplomat with access to the report. 
The report by the U.N. Panel of Experts that monitors the ban on transfers of weapons to Libya says companies controlled by Mr. Prince provided three aircraft to assist in sending helicopters and military contractors to help Russian-backed Libyan warlord Khalifa Haftar in 2019. 
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