According to a previous report, on October 23, Stephanie Williams, acting special envoy of the United Nations for Libya, said on October 21 that she believed that the negotiations between the two sides of the Libyan conflict in Geneva, Switzerland, were very optimistic, and it was expected that the North African country would achieve a lasting cease-fire.
The fourth round of talks between Libyas Joint Military Commission started on the 19th and is expected to last until the 24th. Williams told reporters during the talks that the two sides agreed to maintain the current state of calm on the front line and avoid any military escalation.. The talks will determine the situation in central Libya and lay the foundation for a cease-fire.
Thats why Im very optimistic that both sides will reach a more durable, permanent cease-fire, Williams said
In August, the government of national unity and the National Congress 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. (Yang Jia)