Adviser to the Speaker of the House of Representatives, held in Tobruk, Fathi Al-Marimi, said that the parliament agrees to attend any of the Geneva paths in the event that the House of Representatives calls for it, explaining that this will be done according to the dialogue committee mandated by the House of Representatives, which includes the 13 members.
Al-Maraimi added in exclusive statements to the Egyptian “Akhbar Al-Youm” portal, which was viewed by “Og”: “We will attend, but on the condition that the UN mission respond to the inquiries and questions of the House of Representatives, which he sent to the United Nations Mission.” To be represented in the political dialogue in Geneva.
He continued: “The United Nations has not yet decided on the resignation of Ghassan Salameh and has not announced the acceptance of his resignation, but we are communicating with the United Nations Mission to Libya, and we will not withdraw from Geneva despite the violations committed by the terrorist militias in Tripoli, and despite the ceasefire decision that the Libyan National Army, led by Khalifa Hifter, is bound to reverse the militias.
Mariami concluded: “As a result of the militias’ failure to abide by the ceasefire decision, the army is at the doorstep of central Tripoli, a few kilometers away from it, we will be surprised in the coming days that the army liberated the center of the capital, Tripoli, from terrorism.
The first round of political dialogue was launched last February 26 in Geneva, in the presence of 20 personalities from various Libya, after boycotting the majority of the invitees, where the House of Representatives convened in Tobruk announced the suspension of its participation in the Geneva talks, citing the interference of the UN mission in the selection of the committee for the committee Actress him.
Ahmid Houmah, The second deputy speaker of the House of Representatives, said that the parliament decided to suspend its participation in the political track of the Geneva dialogue, so that the United Nations mission would interfere with the council’s choices for the names participating in the dialogue.
Homa called, in a press conference in the city of Benghazi, the members who traveled to Geneva to return to Libya, explaining that the House of Representatives chose the names of 13 members to represent it in the Geneva talks, according to the 13 electoral constituencies in Libya, explaining that the UN mission in Libya continued in the last period directly With some deputies in different other districts she chose 5 of them.
On the other hand, the President of the Presidential Council of the illegal government of accord, Fayez al-Sarraj, confirmed the suspension of all military, political and economic negotiations sponsored by the UN mission.
Al-Sarraj said: “The talk about the resumption of peace negotiations has been overtaken by events on the ground, amidst the constant shelling of militias trying to control Tripoli.”
For his part, the head of the Supreme Council of the Muslim Brotherhood, “the State Council”, Khaled al-Mashri, announced that the council suspended its participation in the political track of the dialogue in Geneva, saying: “The council will not participate unless the forces of aggression against Tripoli withdraw.”
The region is witnessing a heightened tension due to the Libyan crisis, especially after the approval of the Turkish Parliament to authorize Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to send Turkish military forces to the Libyan capital, Tripoli, to support the illegal government of accord.
On April 4, Khalifa Hifter announced the launch of an operation to “liberate” the capital Tripoli from “militias and armed groups”, in conjunction with the announcement of the UN envoy in Libya, the holding of the National All-Inclusive Forum, from 14 to 16 April. The past in Ghadames.
The Secretary-General of the Arab League called on all Libyan parties to exercise restraint and reduce the state of escalation field resulting from the recent military moves in the western regions of the country, and to commit to the political path as the only way to end the crisis in Libya, and return to the dialogue aimed at reaching a national settlement exclusively to get the country out of the crisis that live it.
Libya has been in a political and military crisis since 2011, where two parties are currently fighting for power: the Government of National Accord the Internationally supported, led by Faiz al-Sarraj, and the second, the interim government of eastern Libya, supported by the House of Representatives in Tobruk.