UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS)
Russian media reported, on Monday evening, that the Libyan Prime Minister, Al-Wefaq Al-Sarraj, and retired Major General Khalifa Haftar did not meet in the capital, Moscow, where he was conducting indirect talks sponsored by Russia and Turkey.
The Interfax news agency quoted a Russian source involved in the talks as saying that Al-Sarraj and Haftar are not expected to participate in the Berlin conference.
The source added that “Al-Sarraj and Haftar, who came to Moscow at the head of two delegations to participate in indirect talks, did not meet officially.”
On Monday, Moscow hosted indirect quad talks on Libya between representatives of the Russian and Turkish sides, a delegation of the Libyan government and another of the government supported by Haftar.
And Moscow announced, this evening, that both Al-Sarraj and the head of the Libyan Supreme Council of State, Khaled al-Masri, signed a text of a draft ceasefire, while the delegation of Hifter and the speaker of the House of Representatives in Tobruk (east), Aqila Saleh, requested a deadline until Tuesday morning.
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