Libya Peace Agreement

Having followed this conflict from day one and documenting offences from all sides, I welcome some of the human rights agreements, but I am concerned that it is not accountability. In Ghadames, a meeting, called the Libyan National Conference, was planned to hold elections and a peace process in Libya. [27] The conference was prepared for 18 months in 2018 and 2019 and was scheduled to take place from April 14 to 16, 2019. [2] It was postponed to Tripoli in early April 2019 due to the attack by the Libyan National Army under the command of Khalifa Haftar. [28] In July 2019, Ghassan Salamé, head of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSUL), proposed a three-point peace plan, consisting of a ceasefire, an international meeting of countries concerned to enforce the arms embargo, and an internal Libyan conference[3], composed of economic, military and political „traces“. [4] In mid-August 2019, a multi-day ceasefire was held on Eid al-Adha[3] and the Government of the National Agreement (GNA) and the Libyan National Army (LNA) both declared that they were to begin on 12 January 2020. [5] On January 1, 2020, a conference was held in Berlin between representatives of the Mediterranean powers involved in the armed conflict between Libya and Algeria, the Republic of Congo and the major world powers[6], during which a 55-point list of conclusions was set up, during which a 5-5 GNA-LNA military monitoring committee and an international monitoring committee were set up to follow progress in the peace process. [7] In the inter-Libyan component of the three-point process, the economic path was launched on 6 January 2020 at a meeting in Tunis between a large number of 19 Libyan economists. [4] The military continuation of the inter-Libyan negotiations began on 3 February with the 5-5 meeting of the Libyan Joint Military Commission in Geneva, at which five high-ranking military officers were chosen by the GNA and 5 by LNA chief Khalifa Haftar. An important objective was to negotiate detailed monitoring to strengthen the 12 January ceasefire.

[8] [9] The intra-Libya policy direction was launched on 26 February 2020 in Geneva. [10] In early March 2020, Salamé resigned from his unsmil post. [11] On 17 December 2017, General Khalifa Haftar declared the Skhirat agreement annclared. [25] In November 2015, The Guardian claimed that Bernardino Leon`s neutrality had been affected by the fact that he had negotiated and accepted a $1,000 job as head of a think tank in the United Arab Emirates while he was the UN`s chief peace negotiator in Libya. [19] On 4 September 2019, Salamé told the UN Security Council that he had visited several countries in the region to organize an international conference that would respect the second element of his peace plan.

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