United Nations: The two parties to the conflict in Libya agree on the terms of implementing the ceasefire agreement
United Nations officials announced in Gudamis, Libya on November 3, local time that the two parties to the conflict in Libya had reached an agreement on the implementation terms of the ceasefire agreement signed earlier.
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. All previous talks were held in Geneva.
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 that both parties to the conflict will form a military subsidiary committee to oversee the return of their troops to their respective barracks and the withdrawal of front-line foreign armed forces. .
The committee will meet as soon as possible in the central city of Sirte in Libya.