Talks are ongoing in Moscow on the signing of a armistice agreement in Libya between the leader of the Libyan National Army, Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar, and commander of Al-Wefaq militia Fayez al-Sarraj. The first day of negotiations ended with a series of separate meetings between delegations, behind closed doors in the face of the media.
Direct Qatar, have seen the terms of the cease-fire agreement to be signed in the event of an agreement between the two parties, in the Russian capital, Moscow. And among the provisions was for Russia to supervise the cease-fire by sending delegations to Libya. And the dispatch of any Turkish forces to Tripoli is stopped. The armistice agreement also enjoys international and UN monitoring to oversee the ceasefire.
The truce includes the withdrawal of the “Al-Wefaq” militia and the Libyan National Army forces to the barracks without any conditions, and the push for a political solution only. Some armed militias also surrender their weapons.
The draft agreement, to be signed in Moscow, stipulates that the parties agree to divide the tasks and powers between the “Agreement” on the one hand and the Libyan Parliament and the commander of the army, Khalifa Hifter, on the other hand.
According to the draft agreement, there will be tasks for the Libyan national army, the most prominent of which is the fight against terrorism and terrorist organizations. This agreement, once signed, is binding on both parties, and cannot be undone.