Libya’s Presidential Council says to reconsider dialogue participation amid recurrent ceasefire breaches

The Libyan Presidential Council of the Government of National Accord (GNA) has warned that it will reconsider the participation of any upcoming dialogues if Khalifa Haftar’s militias continue to violate the ceasefire.

In a statement on Monday, the Presidential Council said Haftar’s militias had targeted Mitiga Airport, Souq Al-Jumua and Arada, in addition to attacking Abu Grein, Al-Wishka and Gaddahiya in western Sirte.

It also held the sponsors of the ceasefire and the countries that participated in Berlin accountable for the lack of commitment to the ceasefire by Haftar after the GNA had signed it.

Meanwhile, the spokesman for the Libyan Army under the command of the Government of National Accord (GNA) Mohammed Gununu described Khalifa Haftar and his militias as oathbreakers after they had carried out attacks on Abu Grein town with foreign aircraft cover.

While, the United Nations Support Mission (UNSMIL) condemned in the strongest possible terms the attack on Tripoli’s Mitiga Airport by two grad missiles, which resulted in the injury of at least two civilians, and damage to the tarmac of the runway and a number of buildings including private and public property on Sunday.


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