Al-Mishri: High Council of State’s Geneva dialogue team won’t accept enabling military rule in Libya

The Head of the High Council of State (HCS) Khalid Al-Mishri said the delegation to be attending Geneva dialogue hadn’t agreed to enable military rule in Libya and won’t ever do so, saying concessions for the constants of February 17 revolution can never be given by the HCS.

In a statement on Sunday, Al-Mishri added that the policy of the HCS aims to deliver the message of all Libyans and that if the aims wouldn’t be achieved in the Geneva dialogue, then the HCS delegation would return to Libya to continue with political and military battles.

The UN envoy to Libya Ghassan Salame said in a press conference in Geneva, following the end of the first meeting of 5+5 military commission, that the meetings made progress in certain issues related to the conflict, adding that negotiations would resume in upcoming meetings between the rival Libyan parties.

Salame remarked that the political track negotiations will kick off on February 26 in Geneva, hoping all invited personalities participate actively in these dialogues.


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