Tunisia, November 3 News from Tripoli: UN officials announced in the southern Libyan city of Gudames on the 3rd that the two parties to the conflict in Libya had reached an agreement on the implementation terms of the ceasefire agreement previously signed.
The Libyan Joint Military Commission’s “5+5” peace talks with 5 representatives from both sides of the conflict in Libya opened the fifth round of negotiations in Libya on the 2nd. This is the first time the military commission has held peace talks in Libya.
Stephanie Williams, Acting Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General for Libya and the head of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya
Said at a press conference held in Gudamis on the 3rd that the parties to the conflict in Libya will form a military subsidiary committee to monitor The army of both sides return to their respective barracks and the retreat of foreign armed forces on the front line.
The committee will hold its first meeting as soon as possible in the city of Sirte in central Libya.
Williams said that the two sides of the conflict also reached agreement on issues such as exchanging all detainees, working with the UN team to remove landmines, and restoring navigation to places such as Gudames.
On October 23, the two parties to the conflict in Libya signed a ceasefire agreement in Geneva and decided to implement a “complete and permanent” ceasefire throughout Libya from now on.
According to the agreement, both parties to the conflict agreed to form a joint agency to supervise the implementation of the ceasefire agreement, and immediately begin to identify and classify all armed organizations and personnel in Liberia, in order to pave the way for the future unified national reorganization.
After the overthrow of the Gaddafi regime in 2011, Libya fell into turmoil, and the two major forces faced off. The National Unity Government and the armed forces that support it control the capital.
Tripoli and other western regions, while the National Congress allied with the “National Army” to control the eastern and central regions, major cities in the south, and parts of the western cities.
Since April last year, the “National Army” has launched military operations against Tripoli and fought with the National Unity Government forces.