Negotiations between the two sides of the conflict in Libya

Under the supervision of Stephanie Williams, the acting special envoy of the United Nations on Libya, the fourth round of talks of the joint military commission of Libya was launched in Geneva, Switzerland on the 19th. This round of talks is expected to last until the 24th. Williams met with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov in Moscow, the Russian capital, on the 16th, saying that she had held separate meetings with the two sides of the Libyan conflict delegation in the past two days, and the results of the meeting were “encouraging”. The United Nations support mission in Libya, led by Williams, expects representatives of both sides of the conflict to come up with a solution to all outstanding issues, with a view to achieving a “comprehensive and permanent cease-fire” in Libya. At the beginning of the talks on the 19th, she said that successful negotiations on security issues will bring a positive impact on the negotiations on the political and economic tracks. The security talks under the framework of the Libya joint military commission are one of the three track talks to resolve the conflict in Libya, and the other two tracks involve political and economic issues. Talks on political issues are scheduled to take place in Tunisia in November. The U.N. said the talks aimed to promote a consensus on the governance structure between the two sides of the conflict in order to promote the holding of national elections in Libya. In August, the government of national unity and the National Congress of Libya announced a cease-fire one after another, calling for the establishment of a demilitarized zone in the central city of Sirte and the holding of presidential and parliamentary elections. In September, the two sides reached a preliminary consensus on the exchange of detainees and the opening of air and land transportation. Libya’s national oil company said on the 11th of this month that it is resuming oil production in salara oilfield, the largest oilfield in Libya. < p > < p > the two major political forces in Libya were separated and confronted. The government of national unity, recognized by the United Nations, controls the capital, Tripoli and other western regions, and is supported by Turkey, Qatar and other countries. The National Congress allied itself with the armed “national army” in the East and controlled the eastern and central regions, the main cities in the South and some western cities, and was supported by the United Arab Emirates and Egypt. Micro special manuscript