The situation in Libya is changing again? The national army is accused of breaking the cease-fire agreement

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 The situation in Libya is changing again? The national army is accused of breaking the cease-fire agreement


Haftal, who leads the national army of Libya

On Friday, the Presidential Committee of the Libyan government and the house of representatives of tubroug issued statements respectively to implement a cease-fire in Libya and hold presidential and parliamentary elections, which were widely welcomed by the Arab world and the international community.

Since the fall of Gaddafis regime in 2011, Libya has fallen into an endless civil war. Various factions gradually split into a national unity government with Tripoli as its headquarters and a national army led by haftar in the East. Turkey, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates and other countries have also been involved in the internal conflicts in Libya. (end)

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