Saraj and Haftar forces ready to resume talks: report from Libya

Saraj and Haftar forces ready to resume talks: report from Libya

From Libya, reports have come that the parties to the conflict have decided on negotiations. If you believe the reports of Libyan information sources, the forces of the so-called Government of National Accord and the Libyan National Army have agreed to resume the negotiation process in the 5 + 5 format.


This format was previously presented during a special conference in Berlin.

It is assumed that the outcome of the negotiations may be a declaration that prescribes the refusal of the PNS and LNA to receive arms and military equipment from abroad.

In the Libyan media:

It is necessary to solve the problem of stopping the buildup of arms concentration in Libya. A large amount remains in the country weapons.

At the same time, some time ago it was reported that PNS forces Fayez Saraj, with active Turkish support (probably the use of Turkish attack drones) attacked the position of MNA of Marshal Haftar in the area of ​​Al-Vishka settlement. Announced the destruction of several pieces of VLA equipment, including pickups armed with anti-aircraft guns. Announced the use by forces of PNS and artillery mounts.

If the allegations of readiness for negotiations and the ongoing fighting in Libya against this background are true, then this may indicate that the same PNS forces are by no means uniform in their composition and interests. If the Libyan armed forces have an interest in the negotiations, then the militants brought by Turkey from the Syrian Idlib certainly do not have such an interest.
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  1. rotmistr60 2 June 2020 09: 17 New
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    the parties to the conflict decided on negotiations.
    Yesterday it was reported that after the defeat at the airbase, the Hawtor once again thrust into Saranja. Why not talk again? But are these negotiations needed by Turkey and those militants that were imported from Syria - the question?
    1. sav
      sav 2 June 2020 09: 21 New
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      They still want to gain a foothold on these lines and regroup.
    2. antivirus 2 June 2020 09: 35 New
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      who prompted someone - the last question, the price of oil went up, and if you didn’t manage to divide the fields - reconcile, a "peaceful" Europe is waiting for cheap oil
      1. Hunter 2 2 June 2020 09: 45 New
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        Almost nine years in Libya, the Civil War. From a prosperous State with one of the highest income levels, Libya has turned into a Battlefield. All thanks to a “peaceful” Europe, which shot itself in the foot ... let more migrants get instead of cheap oil, they deserve it.
        The most interesting thing is that the end of the conflict is not even traced; no negotiations will change anything.
        1. antivirus 2 June 2020 09: 48 New
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          The most interesting thing is that the end of the conflict is not even traced; no negotiations will change anything.

          -in the beginning of the 80s, uncle (military adviser) deceased already: no Libyans. a lot of tribes and disagreements
          1. Hunter 2 2 June 2020 09: 55 New
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            Quote: antivirus


            -in the beginning of the 80s, uncle (military adviser) deceased already: no Libyans. a lot of tribes and disagreements

            To understand this, just look at the national composition of the population of Libya. Gaddafi somehow managed to unite these motley tribes? Apparently until the same Strong Leader appears - the war will continue!
            Plus, all foreign “helpers” must be asked for a way out.
            1. Alex777 2 June 2020 13: 32 New
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              Speaking of "Turkish assistants."
              If the Libyan armed forces have an interest in the negotiations, then the militants brought by Turkey from the Syrian Idlib certainly do not have such an interest.

              I would not be so sure that the Turkish "helpers" really want to lay their heads in Libya. Cutting money and returning home is much more interesting. hi
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        3. Vlad Malkin 2 June 2020 11: 29 New
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          Hunter 2 (Alexey)
          All thanks to a “peaceful” Europe, which shot itself in the foot ... let more migrants get instead of cheap oil, they deserve it.

          Europe is "very large" in territory! And the population there is "really not enough"! Will accept all migrants! laughing
    3. svp67 2 June 2020 09: 58 New
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      Quote: rotmistr60
      But are these negotiations needed by Turkey and those militants that were imported from Syria - the question?

      So far, history has shown that Haftar avoided such negotiations in every possible way and if he went to them, he only took time, so it will be interesting to see what comes out now.
      It is assumed that the outcome of the negotiations may be a declaration that prescribes the refusal of the PNS and LNA to receive arms and military equipment from abroad.
      Declaration - a piece of paper, if these agreements are not adhered to by the country the parties to the conflict
    4. Piramidon 2 June 2020 13: 29 New
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      Quote: rotmistr60
      the parties to the conflict decided on negotiations.
      Yesterday it was reported that after the defeat at the airbase, the Hawtor once again thrust into Saranja. Why not talk again? But are these negotiations needed by Turkey and those militants that were imported from Syria - the question?

      That negotiations would have shown who, how much, and how. In the meantime, the usual mess.
  2. KAV
    KAV 2 June 2020 09: 17 New
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    If it came to negotiations, then the PNS didn’t feel very well again? Otherwise, they would not have agreed to it. Already passed this.
  3. Terenin 2 June 2020 09: 27 New
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    From Libya, reports have come that the parties to the conflict have decided on negotiations.
    it looks like the film from the projectionist "stuck" which he turned back and forth ... Now he will fix it and ... all over again ... because:
    If the Libyan armed forces have an interest in the negotiations, then the militants brought by Turkey from the Syrian Idlib certainly do not have such an interest.
  4. knn54 2 June 2020 09: 27 New
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    -declaration, which prescribes the refusal of the PNS and LNA to receive weapons and military equipment from abroad.
    What such a declaration led to (the so-called policy of non-interference) WELL seen in the example of the civil war in Spain.
  5. rocket757 2 June 2020 09: 34 New
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    It is assumed that the outcome of the negotiations may be a declaration that prescribes the refusal of the PNS and LNA to receive arms and military equipment from abroad.

    This is some kind of TALE! Do they want to stay with bows and arrows?
  6. 7,62h54 2 June 2020 10: 11 New
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    Haftar is a grated pretzel, pressed the paneists, and they immediately remembered the negotiations.
    1. Nikanet 2 June 2020 11: 02 New
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      And who said that the negotiators wanted the negotiators?))
  7. Junior Private 2 June 2020 12: 42 New
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    Quote: antivirus
    reconcile, "peaceful" Europe is waiting for cheap oil

    Europe is just transporting oil from Libya at bargain prices, that is, a military confrontation with Europe is even very happy. Till. So far, the LNA and the PNS are being pushed to each other more, so that they can drive into Libya without blood on a white democratic horse and completely tidy up the polymer flows to their arms. Turks in this scheme are superfluous. Pushed them naive.