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Parties to Libyan conflict have signed ceasefire agreement

Libya will open all roads and airways. All foreign troops will also be withdrawn.

Parties to Libyan conflict have signed ceasefire agreement

The parties to the conflict in Libya signed an agreement on a permanent ceasefire on October 23 in Geneva with the participation of the joint Libyan commission "5+5." The UN called this agreement "historical."

In Libya, all roads will be opened, airspace will become available. The Sabha - the administrative capital of southern Libya - will also become open.

The agreement also provides for the return of all armed groups on the front line to camps. All foreign military will be withdrawn - three months are given for this.

However, the agreement does not apply to terrorist organizations specified by the UN.

 

Photo: Vladimir Malyanov / FAN

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