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Acting UN envoy Stephanie Williams said the ceasefire would begin immediately and that all foreign fighters would have to leave Libya within three months under the agreement.
- Libya’s warring parties have signed an agreement on “a permanent ceasefire in all areas of Libya,” according to the United Nations.
- The 5 + 5 Joint Military Commission reached what the United Nations called “an important turning point for peace and stability in Libya”.
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According to the UN, the Libyan sides reach a “permanent ceasefire agreement”
Libya’s warring sides have signed an agreement on “a permanent ceasefire in all areas of Libya,” the United Nations Libya Mission said on a Facebook post and showed live video of the signing ceremony.
The United Nations said Friday that the two sides of the Libyan military talks had achieved the “historic achievement” of a permanent ceasefire agreement in the war-torn North African country.
The talks of the 5 + 5 Joint Military Commission in Geneva culminated in a historic success, according to the UN [File: Violaine Martin/AFP]