After the statements of the Libyan Foreign Minister, Najla Al-Manqoush, about the necessity for mercenaries and foreign forces to leave the country, which escalated the tension between the Brotherhood parties, the delegations of the 5 + 5 Libyan Military Committee and the United Nations military delegation arrived in Sirte.
The parties are scheduled to hold a meeting to discuss the implementation of the remaining outstanding points in the ceasefire agreement that It was reached in Geneva at the end of last year (2020), on top of which was the opening of the coastal road between Sirte and Misrata.
The meeting, which includes representatives of the National Army and forces loyal to the unity government, is also scheduled to discuss the work reports of the sub-committees Security and police forces, clearing mines and war remnants, and expelling foreign mercenaries from Libyan lands.
Complications before the meeting. / Al-Hadath, it was reported on Sunday, that the meeting will be launched with the participation of the UN mission, the team of international observers, and representatives of the sub-committees emanating from the military committee.
These developments came while Major General Ibrahim Bait al-Mal, Commander of the Sirte and Jufrah Operations Room Pro-unity government The coastal road will not be opened before the mercenaries are removed and the Libyan army forces retreat, which may indicate complications that may arise from the committee meeting.
In addition, the meeting came after a wave of criticism and attacks launched by parties affiliated with the Muslim Brotherhood in the country, Against the foreign minister, to whom statements were attributed calling for the exit of mercenaries and Turkish forces from the country, as well as canceling the security agreement that was previously concluded with Ankara, but the ministry again clarified in a statement on Saturday that the minister’s statements were distorted, and that she demanded, as confirmed on the government’s program, the exit of all Foreign forces and mercenaries from the country.