LNA commander Haftar put forward requirements for signing a truce

LNA commander Haftar put forward requirements for signing a truce

The commander of the Libyan National Army (LNA), Khalifa Haftar, who did not sign a ceasefire agreement in indirect talks in Moscow, described the conditions for continuing negotiations. This was reported by Al Arabiya.


According to the channel, in order to continue negotiations and sign an armistice agreement, Haftar demanded complete disarmament of the militias operating in the country up to 90 days. It is reported that the commander of the LNA informed Moscow about the need to include in the document the provision that groups in Libya must surrender all their weapons in a period of 45 to 90 days.

To control the disarmament of the groups, Haftar demanded the creation of a special commission, which will include representatives of the LNA and the UN. This commission will take into account and collection of this weapons former militias.

Another condition Haftar put forward the complete exclusion of Turkey from international mediators in the settlement in Libya.

He insists that the intermediary states be neutral and proceed from the need to maintain stability in Libya, and not support the armed police or send [to Libya] extremists

- the TV channel said.

Meanwhile, the Guardian newspaper reports that the Syrian opposition, supported by Turkey, smuggled into the territory of Libya about two thousand militants to support the government of national accord, settled in Tripoli.

According to the publication, about 650 fighters arrived in Libya at the end of last year, another 1350 fighters arrived in Turkey on January 5, where some of them are trained in training camps in the south of the country. All Syrian fighters will be part of the unit named after Omar al-Muhtar. According to reports, the fighters of the Syrian opposition signed contracts with the PNS for six months, according to which they will receive 2 thousand dollars a month.

At the same time, information appeared that Khalifa Haftar had begun preparations for a new attack on Tripoli.
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  1. Hunter 2 15 January 2020 11: 23 New
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    While the initiative is in his hands - it may require. Only the requirements for disarmament are impossible; unfortunately! Let's see how the offensive goes and how the Turks behave.
    1. Same lech 15 January 2020 11: 28 New
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      how the offensive will go and how the Turks will behave.
      That's right ... I suppose pro-Turkish proxies should be defeated then Turkey will become more accommodating ... time will tell. what
      1. cniza 15 January 2020 11: 44 New
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        Oh, it’s not so simple, the Sultan is stubborn, a big war may begin, though he already has a front ...
        1. Abbot 15 January 2020 11: 56 New
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          Another condition Haftar put forward the complete exclusion of Turkey from international mediators in the settlement in Libya.

          I'm starting to like this Haftar. I don’t remember how he behaved in 2011.
          1. Nyrobsky 15 January 2020 15: 01 New
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            Quote: Abbot
            Another condition Haftar put forward the complete exclusion of Turkey from international mediators in the settlement in Libya.

            I'm starting to like this Haftar. I don’t remember how he behaved in 2011.

            Then he did not support Gaddafi being on the side of the opposition, but now, in case of victory, he is not against bringing to power Gaddafi’s son, Seif Muammarovich. yes Himself, he does not want to be president of Libya, but he also does not like Sarajah so much that he does not even agree to a truce and wants to put him on a bunk, because he is friends with the terrorists. Edik, of course, was in a hurry to get in with the army, it was necessary to develop diplomatic efforts, and now Ankara has kicked herself out of the list of participants in the peace process and with Haftar Edik is no longer on the way, but if so, then these two comrades, not paying attention to all other negotiators and guarantors can bite the bit and fight to the last bullet. So we'll see ...
            1. volodimer 15 January 2020 16: 51 New
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              They say that the French are also for Haftar ... Putin recently spoke with Macron, if they agreed, then Russia may clearly not show its support for Haftar, while influencing the situation through France. Without personally pushing on the Sultan and not explicitly spoiling the relationship with him, maintain their own positions. By the way, the triangle of relations between Turkey, France and Russia, it is long-standing and complex ... Usually the French trained the Turks against us, but there were Ushakov and the Turks beat the French ... and Navarin was also ...
        2. figwam 15 January 2020 12: 21 New
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          Haftar demanded complete disarmament of the militias operating in the country for up to 90 days.

          So the war will continue.
          1. orionvitt 15 January 2020 22: 39 New
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            Quote: figvam
            So the war will continue.

            Of course it will continue. When it happened that the war would end as a result of negotiations (well, maybe a couple of times, between gangs, but not between countries or political opponents, with outside support). Wars always either win or lose.
        3. tihonmarine 15 January 2020 12: 30 New
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          Quote: cniza
          Oh, it’s not so simple, the Sultan is stubborn, a big war may begin, though he already has a front.

          The detective film is the first series, portends an interesting continuation, we are waiting for what will happen next. I find it difficult to make forecasts, the east is a delicate matter.
          1. volodimer 15 January 2020 18: 46 New
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            From the position of the victorious Haftar, a truce is not in his favor. On the other hand, all this fuss does not allow the Turks to frankly get into events. Haftar has some time to improve his. Then everyone recognizes the situation ... and how the line of contact is fixed in the Donbass. National example ... in Libya, it is possible only under strict guidance.
    2. maidan.izrailovich 15 January 2020 11: 58 New
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      While the initiative is in his hands - it may require.

      The initiative is when you are continuously moving forward. And Haftar stomps on the spot. Even at the beginning of a military company in April 2019, his fighters entered Tripoli. But still have not mastered it. What is the initiative here? In the language of the military, the front stabilized.
      Yes, they exchange neighborhoods there. Quarter there, quarter here, but there have been no major changes for six months now.
      But with the advent of Turkey, changes will begin. And not in favor of Haftar.
      The Sultan at the request of Russia gave him a chance. But now after the refusal, hardly anyone or what will stop Erdogan.
      1. cniza 15 January 2020 12: 07 New
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        The Sultan at the request of Russia gave him a chance. But now after the refusal, hardly anyone or what will stop Erdogan.


        It seems he didn’t understand this, but you can’t call him a fool either, for what he expects.
        1. maidan.izrailovich 15 January 2020 12: 22 New
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          It seems he didn’t understand this, but you can’t call him a fool either, for what he expects.

          Only the USA can really help him.
          Neither CA nor Egypt, nor anyone else.
          The United States, of course, can get involved in Libya to pester Erdogan. Which annoys them lately. But the United States is already on the side of the PNS. https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Наступление_на_Триполи_(2019)
        2. Oquzyurd 15 January 2020 20: 54 New
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          You see, there will be a ceasefire in Berlin. The organizers of this conference did not give Havert the opportunity to conclude a ceasefire in Moscow, since the Berlin meeting on the 19th would have lost its meaning. And so, analysts say that in this Berlin process, the Russian Federation, Turkey, Italy and Germany in one block of interests. Another block of interests is France, Egypt, the OAU and Saudi Arabia.
      2. Xenofont 15 January 2020 13: 36 New
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        You do not follow the news: if trampling is the capture of the strategic city of Sirte and advance to Misurata, then what is the offensive?
        1. Oquzyurd 15 January 2020 21: 01 New
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          In Sirte, just a local tribe (Al-Gaddafi) suddenly switched to the side of Havtor and surrendered the city to him. He did not conquer the city through bloody battles. Although, even now, the outskirts of the city are controlled by supporters of Saraj.
    3. rich 15 January 2020 12: 56 New
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      Another condition Haftar put forward the complete exclusion of Turkey from international mediators in the settlement in Libya
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      Voiced such a slap in the face to Erdogan. Athens, Abu Dhabi, Cairo and Washington mentally applaud
      1. protoss 15 January 2020 13: 07 New
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        Well, why, in my opinion, this is a gift to Erdogan. Haftar proved to be non-negotiable (given his chaotic behavior in Moscow), as well as a supporter of war, not peace. reasons and details are secondary here. now it’s not even a sin to blame him, but it seems to be a good deed in the name of peace.
    4. Maz
      Maz 15 January 2020 13: 29 New
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      For Haftar, a truce is good, he will hold up reserves, weapons, equipment, supplies, regrouping troops, the marshal knows how to think.
    5. Losharik 15 January 2020 19: 00 New
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      Quote: Hunter 2
      While the initiative is in his hands - it may require. Only the requirements for disarmament are impossible; unfortunately! Let's see how the offensive goes and how the Turks behave.

      Well, he is far from Gaddafi Mumar, of course there is a lot of ambition ..!
      In vain didn’t agree on an agreement in Moscow, there was a chance somehow peacefully ..
      Again the bloodshed will flow and the robbery of Libya to the joy of France and the United States .. Such a country was and what it was turned into, like Iraq, etc.
  2. bessmertniy 15 January 2020 11: 25 New
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    Who would doubt that Khalifa Haftar would not demand actual surrender from his opponents. wink
  3. knn54 15 January 2020 11: 25 New
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    And WHERE to the Turks 2000 thugs put?
    1. vanavatny 15 January 2020 11: 33 New
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      taking into account the fact that they would still be happy to transfer as much (or more) biomass from under some Idlib
      1. kjhg 15 January 2020 12: 49 New
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        Quote: vanavate
        taking into account the fact that they would still be happy to transfer as much (or more) biomass from under some Idlib

        I already wrote before that it would be good for us if all these pro-Turkish militants are defeated and destroyed in Libya. But is Hawtor enough strength for this?
        1. vanavatny 15 January 2020 12: 53 New
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          Khalifa Belkasim Haftar خليفة بالقاسم حفتر; wink behind him some from Europe, some from the gulfs ... and behind the government of the PPS only a worthless piece of paper from a worthless UN ...
        2. Maz
          Maz 15 January 2020 13: 33 New
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          It’s good for us, oddly enough, to drag out the conflict in Libya and prevent another competitor in the oil and gas market, while maintaining high oil prices. The UAE has the same doctrine, they also help the Haftar, and the PSP works with the Turks and NATO. It's not so simple. The swing is still that ...
    2. Evil543 15 January 2020 11: 39 New
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      Cut circles in the desert for 40 years request
  4. axiles100682 15 January 2020 11: 35 New
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    The requirements are generally impracticable, and this means only one Haltur agreed and was not going to.
    For the PNA, hiring militants and terrorists from other countries can turn into opposition from the local population.In essence, this rabble of killers, files and markers will terrorize the local population for money, not fight, which is more to Haftaru than minus.
    1. maidan.izrailovich 15 January 2020 12: 08 New
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      ... maybe turned into opposition from the local population.

      What is the local population? At least you look in the internet how many local people are there. In Syria, twice as much. So Syria on foreshmak chopped barmalei. If not for Russia with Iran, then horns and legs would have remained from Syria.
      In essence, this rabble ...

      The rabble there is fighting on both sides. Look at any documentary on Libya. There has long been no regular army.
  5. businessv 15 January 2020 11: 37 New
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    Haftar demanded complete disarmament of the militias operating in the country for up to 90 days.

    Quite a reasonable requirement, in my opinion. True, how much will it be acceptable for puppets in Tripoli? Hardly agree. Moreover, the good fellows beat the hoof!
    According to reports, the fighters of the Syrian opposition signed contracts with the PNS for six months, according to which they will receive 2 thousand dollars a month.
    There are always dogs of war, there would be money, and "our partners" supply them with this paper!
  6. cniza 15 January 2020 11: 42 New
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    Meanwhile, the Guardian newspaper reports that the Syrian opposition, supported by Turkey, smuggled into the territory of Libya about two thousand militants to support the government of national accord, settled in Tripoli.


    The Sultan will not simply give up.
  7. rotmistr60 15 January 2020 11: 45 New
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    Haftar demanded complete disarmament of militias operating in the country
    The requirement is logical, especially with today's military-tactical advantage. But who will do it when the opposite side is supported by the West and Turkey. Therefore, you probably have to take the capital, decently pat the enemy, and then put forward these conditions again.
  8. rocket757 15 January 2020 11: 46 New
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    Logically, Haftar is not far from a permanent victory, he has a reason to set conditions.
  9. taiga2018 15 January 2020 11: 53 New
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    In fact, Haftar took into account the mistakes of the DPR, LPR and Russia, which went to the signing of the Minsk agreements when the military initiative was on the side of the republics of Donbass ...
  10. Mavrikiy 15 January 2020 12: 01 New
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    Haftar is the champion!
    No wonder we let him down. Yes, and Egypt supports.
    The main thing is that good storks from NATO do not fly, and from the Ruins.
    Dogs are serious, they know how to kill, and they have nothing to lose. Here we will not show our flag, so-and-so.
    1. maidan.izrailovich 15 January 2020 12: 34 New
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      Mavrikiy
      Haftar is the champion!

      Do you admire the traitor?
      In the 1990s Haftar received American citizenship and settled in Vienne, Virginia [6] and lived there for 20 years [8]. Some time he collaborated with the CIA and the Liberation Salvation Front, developing a conspiracy to overthrow Gaddafi.
      https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Хафтар,_Халифа#Военная_служба
      1. Mavrikiy 15 January 2020 12: 49 New
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        No. I adhere to our correct line, and if you stupidly pull quotes from VIKI you will be lost and lost.
        During the fighting in Tripoli, the warring factions took shape. Fighting against Haftar, Libya's Dawn is a complex coalition of former al-Qaeda jihadists who fought against Gaddafi back in the 1990s, members of the Berber tribal militias, members of the Libyan Muslim Brotherhood branch and a network of Misurata merchants. Haftar’s army consists mainly of former Gaddafi soldiers, militias of the west and south of the country and supporters of federalization trying to achieve autonomy for the eastern part of Libya. Haftar’s army receives weapons and funding from Egypt, from Saudi Arabia and the UAE, and is supported by Russia. Islamists, in turn, rely on Qatar and Turkey [10].
        And for whom are you here, ay! request
        1. maidan.izrailovich 15 January 2020 13: 38 New
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          And for whom are you here, ay!

          I am for Russia.
          And you are for one of the traitors of Libya.
          Which collaborated with the CIA. And he hatched plans for revenge on Gaddafi. He (Haftar) is guilty of what happened to Libya. And it doesn’t matter with whom he fights or fought there. He is fundamentally no different from them.
  11. sergo1914 15 January 2020 12: 08 New
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    Did he fly to Moscow for TsU?
  12. Mountain shooter 15 January 2020 12: 15 New
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    He cannot, in a step from victory, not try to get this victory bloodlessly. It didn’t work ... took a break, maybe he could take the capital by storm, and take everything that he wanted to himself.
  13. Radikal 15 January 2020 12: 42 New
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    LNA commander Haftar put forward requirements for signing a truce
    Ai, Maladets - sent Janissary (and the rest) by the forest! This jigit! wassat
  14. Aliken 15 January 2020 12: 59 New
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    Haftar may be the one who split Russia with Turkey.
    1. rich 15 January 2020 13: 23 New
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      Nutcracker? belay

      Although a certain logic is visible, the year of the rat has come
    2. maidan.izrailovich 16 January 2020 07: 47 New
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      Haftar may be the one who split Russia with Turkey.

      You, like many here, do not understand that there is a gap between the (official) attitude of Russia to Libya and Syria. For some reason, many are projecting what Russia is doing in Syria on the situation in Libya. This is mistake.
      In Syria, Russia is officially invited by legitimate authorities. And announced this to the whole world.
      In Libya, all contacts unofficial. And Russia has no obligations to anyone in Libya.
      And returning to your phrase about Turkey. You absolutely do not understand politics.
      Yes, we fought with Turkey for centuries. But at the moment, relations with Turkey are worth three Libya.
      1. Aliken 16 January 2020 09: 24 New
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        What was it? Exhale, I myself can tell you who paints the radish underground.
  15. Victorio 15 January 2020 13: 22 New
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    since it is not negotiable, I’ll guess the imminent end of the Marshal
  16. protoss 15 January 2020 13: 52 New
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    My vision of the situation: our interest in Libya was small - mercenary interests in the interests of the UAE and the KSA (probably for good money, but hardly principal). I don’t think that the Kremlin is absolutely not far off, so they should understand that if Haftar wins, we don’t have to snatch anything from him specifically, because long line of creditors - UAE, KSA, Egypt, France, Jordan.
    we were hired there to fight with the natives, with the advent of Turkey and its proxies and military personnel on the front, the terms of the contract should change dramatically. the employers apparently did not agree to throw up complexity and tension. therefore, we decided to get an image gain - to put the parties at the negotiating table in Moscow and freeze the situation. it also affected the signing between the Jews and the Greeks of the eastmed project for the supply of gas to Greece, and this is finally our cow and we milk it (we feed it with gas), in addition to competing with the Turkish stream (and here we are with the Turks in the same boat). and in this sense, the Erdogan-Saraj memorandum on marine zones would be very useful to us. all the more so that Putin and Erdogan communicate fairly confidentially and could well agree on this issue.
    The haftar, with his body movements, put at least Lavrov in an uncomfortable position, which once again confirmed that our interest in the event of his victory would be considered somewhere at the end of the list.
    now, if we wish, we can play on the opposite side (fortunately, we were smart enough not to hit ourselves in the chest and loudly support the self-proclaimed marshal).
    we do not need a victory on either side, the best option is to maintain the status quo for as long as possible.
  17. Altai72 15 January 2020 13: 54 New
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    Haftar has done Erdogan a huge favor. The Sauds pull Erdo by the arms of Haftar. Write is gone!
  18. Altai72 15 January 2020 13: 59 New
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    A member of the Turkish delegation at the talks in Moscow on Libya said that “when the Russians found out that Haftar wanted to leave, they got mad at him and went to his hotel. They informed him that he would have been nobody if he hadn't been given support. Haftar made fun of them . "
    I think the Turks do not lie. Haftar signed his own sentence.
  19. xGibSoNx 15 January 2020 20: 19 New
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    This circus really starts to bore .. Or someone stirs up water for so much that it just .. or ... In short, judging by the texts of the news, it turns out complete nonsense .. In the country, there is a kind of government legitimized by the UN. There is a type of government that is not recognized by anyone .. which sets conditions there, with the appearance that it is recognized by the UN .. In my opinion, it seems like it’s obvious that someone is wrong? If it’s a government recognized by the UN that is so useless that it cannot deal with those who are not in law by law .. maybe then the UN will send its troops? Well, if the government is recognized by the UN? Otherwise, it turns out some kind of nonsense .. With the complete silence of the UN and all those countries that have recognized legitimacy, a gangster redistribution of spheres of influence begins in the country .. and everyone watches and makes bets!