Russian newspaper: Moscow isn't convinced that Libyan dialogues will succeed
Russian newspaper Nezavisimaya Gazeta said Moscow is looking at the ongoing dialogues for solutions to the Libyan crisis as trials and isn't convinced of the success of UN efforts to end the conflict, form a government and hold elections.
The newspaper added that neither Russia nor Turkey are convinced of the ongoing tlaks but are committed together with Egypt to give them chance to see if the UN will be able to avoid more fighting in Libya.
It also said that the fact that Libyan parties had been working on forming new executive authorities would be a good step for reconciliation after the delegations of the House of Representatives and the High Council of State had agreed on negotiating about the constitutional arrangements.
"Ankara and Moscow are interested in boosting Libyan economy and Russia has not interest in hampering the flow of oil production in Libya." The newspaper added.
This comes after many meetings between delegations from the Tobruk-based House of Representatives and the High Council of State of the Government of National Accord in Hurghada, Cairo, Bouznika and other areas.
They have lately decided to resume military talks under the auspices of the UNSMIL in Cairo starting the beginning of November.