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After they presented a draft ceasefire agreement stipulating that the United Nations oversee the return of civilians displaced by the fighting, the two parties to the conflict in Libya on Monday suspended their participation in the Geneva talks and both spoke of various reasons.
Advertise Parties to the conflict in Libya Suspending their participation in the political discussions organized by the United Nations in Geneva, for various reasons.
While the parliament, which has its headquarters in the east of the country, announced that it will not participate in the meeting because the United Nations Mission in Libya did not approve all of its 13 representatives, the Tripoli-based State Council said it would prefer to wait for progress in the military negotiations.
The two sides had submitted a draft ceasefire agreement stipulating that the United Nations would supervise the return of civilians displaced by the fighting, according to the International Organization announced on Monday after a second round of indirect military talks that took place in Geneva between the Libyan National Accord government and the forces of Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar Take a stronghold from eastern Libya.