Military leaders of eastern and western Libya end meetings in Tripoli
The leaders of the military institution issued on Tuesday a joint statement after their two-day meeting in Tripoli.
The leaders agreed to move forward with the national reconciliation project, the return of the displaced to their homes, and the formation of a joint committee to follow up the file of detainees and missing persons, according to the statement.
The leaders further agreed to start defining realistic steps to unify the military institution, stressing total rejection of fighting and violence, and vowed support a civil state.
The leaders praised the efforts of the 5 + 5 Joint Military Committee and the continuation of implementing the outcomes of its previous meetings.
The Chief of Staff of warlord Haftar's forces, Abdul Razzaq Al-Nadouri, arrived Monday morning at Mitiga Airport in Tripoli, accompanied by members of the Joint Military Committee 5 + 5 from the eastern region.
Al-Nadouri was met at the airport by the Chief of the General Staff of the Libyan Army, Lt. Gen. Mohamed Al-Haddad after which the two sides engaged in lengthy discussions which ended Tuesday evening.