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Williams: Libyan military commission agree on joint committee to monitor pullout from lines of contact

The Un acting envoy to Libya Stephanie Williams has announced that the Military Commission of 10 of the Libyan dialogue has agreed in Ghadames to form a military committee to oversea the return of forces to their previous positions and pullout of foreign mercenaries from the lines of contact.

Williams said at a presser in Ghadames on Tuesday that the military talks negotiators agreed on all articles and conditions and will meet in Sirte this month.

The UN acting envoy said the committee will be based in Ouagadougou Hall in Sirte as the branch committees will work on exchanging the detainees.

She said the commission agreed to meet in mid-November in Brega in the presence of the Chairman of the National Oil Corporation Mustafa Sanalla and the commanders of the Petroleum Facilities Guard to discuss its formation.

Williams said the two parties had also finalized forming teams of engineers to clear mines in cooperation with the general intelligence apparatus as well as a team from the UN.

She indicated that the parties agreed to resume flights to Sabha and Ghadames and to form a committee to monitor hate speech.

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