The UNSMIL's deputy head for the political affairs Stephanie Williams met Saturday with the member of the Presidential Council (PC) Abdelsalam Kajman and his advisors in Tripoli.

Williams, according to the UNSMIL's Twitter, stressed the need for the PC to press on with the security and economic reforms.

"The newly established security arrangements committee has made progress in the planning. It’s time to implement." Williams remarked.

The security arrangements committee is tasked with securing Greater Tripoli and establishing the ceasefire brokered by UNSMIL among other tasks like establishing legitimate military and police forces.

In the meantime, the UN Secretary General said he was alarmed by the increasing number of violations of the ceasefire agreement.

The Secretary General António Guterres urged all parties to the conflict to respect the ceasefire and refrain from any actions that would increase the suffering of the civilian population.

"The Secretary-General emphasizes that anyone responsible for the violation of international humanitarian law and international human rights law must be held responsible." The spokesman for the Secretary General, Stephane Dujarric, said, according to the UNSMIL.

Clashes in Tripoli continued through Saturday in different districts as the Tripoli Protection Force advanced on Yarmouk camp that was controlled by the Seventh Brigade over the last days.

In the days between August 26 and September 21, the death toll hit 106 and the injuries reached 518, while 18 are still missing and 149 families evacuated and 264 others assisted.