MADRID, Jan. 14 (EUROPE PRESS) –
General Jalifa Haftar, head of the self-proclaimed Libyan National Army, has left the capital of Russia, Moscow, without having signed the ceasefire agreement with the Government of National Unity led by Fayez Serraj and hostilities have resumed in southern the Libyan capital, reports Al Arabiya television.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has confirmed that talks in Moscow between the Government of National Unity and the authorities in eastern Libya have ended without Haftar and his allies signing the ceasefire agreement, according to the agency Russian news Tass.
Several witnesses have informed the Libyan digital newspaper Al Wasat that they have heard artillery gunfire in the neighborhoods of Salá al Deen and Ain Zara, in southern Tripoli.
According to the Libyan press, General Haftar and the president of the House of Representatives of Tobruk, Aguila Salé Issa, have left the Russian capital without stamping their signatures the ceasefire agreement reached with the Government of National Unity, based in Tripoli
“The president of the House of Representatives and the commander in chief of the Libyan National Army have left the Russian capital, Moscow, bound for Libya without signing any agreement with the head of the unconstitutional Government of National Unity, Fayez Serraj, in relation to the cease fire or the withdrawal of troops from areas controlled by the Army in Tripoli, “said the Libyan news agency LANA, which operates in eastern Libya.