The Ministry of Interior of the Government of National Accord (GNA) unveiled on Sunday a security plan for the meeting of the Joint Libyan Military Commission 5+5, to be held in the western city of Ghadames on Monday, in the presence of the Special Representative of the Acting Secretary-General of the United Nations, Stephanie Williams.

The ministry stated on its official Facebook page that a meeting took place on Sunday morning at the Ghadames Security Directorate, headed by the Director of General Administration of Security Operations, the Director of the General Department of Central Support, the Director of the General Administration for the Protection of Diplomatic Missions, along with a number of directors of various other security directorates in the region.

It stated that at the meeting, a security plan was developed to secure the activities of the 5+5 meeting.

The acting head of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL), Stephanie Williams, said in an interview with the Al-Wasat Channel on Saturday evening that she is planning to attend the meeting in Ghadames, noting that the meeting is expected to be rather intense and is due to discuss the details of the ceasefire agreement, to which a conclusion was finally reached in Geneva very recently.

The 5+5 meeting is expected to discuss the formation of sub-committees along with the various mechanisms for monitoring the full implementation of the ceasefire agreement signed in Geneva.