A delegation from the municipal council, military council and high council of elders in Zintan city arrived Thursday in Misrata for reconciliation talks.
The delegation, which included more than 170 figures, held talks with the Misratan counterpart for establishing reconciliation to end the conflict between the two cities.
The two cities signed a reconciliation charter to show unity and reject separation of the country.
The charter called for perseveration of the constants of February 17 revolution, stressing the need for civilian power and reject military coups in Libya.
It also expressed support for an inclusive all-Libyan dialogue inside the country without any foreign interference.
“Misrata and Zintan meeting today is the first step in the path of inclusive reconciliation.” Chief of Misrata Military Council Ibrahim Bin Rajab said after the meeting.
In March, a Misrata delegation paid a visit to Zinatn and held talks aimed to reach agreement on settling down the conflict between the two cities and turning a new leaf for the benefit of the country.