The Sirte-Jufra Operations Room said it was committed to the statement of its commander Ibrahim Baytelmal about abiding by the announcement of ceasefire by the Libyan Army Chief Commander Fayez Al-Sarraj.

The meeting held Saturday in western Sirte also discussed the details and ramifications of the ceasefire agreement announced by Al-Sarraj.

The Sirte-Jufra Operations Room said it was ready to respond to any threats or attacks by "the enemy" and called on relevant authorities to take up responsibility toward the forces on frontlines by providing the necessary support and basic needs.

Meanwhile, the Murzuq Military Council hailed the ceasefire agreement in Libya and the return of the political process, as per Al-Sarraj's announcement.

The council said in a televised statement that they would respond to any attacks and violations of the agreement, reiterating rejection to division calls and saying the south won't be a safe haven for terrorists.