The work of the second day of the "5 + 5" Libyan Joint Military Committee talks began in Geneva on Tuesday, between the two delegations of the Government of National Accord and the General Command of the Libyan National Army.
The United Nations Support Mission in Libya published photos of the two delegations attending the talks, on Facebook.
The committee’s talks began on Monday and are scheduled to continue until next Saturday. The mission said that what distinguishes this round is that it began with “a direct face-to-face meeting between the delegations of the two parties to the conflict in Libya.”
The UN mission expressed its hope that the two delegations would "resolve all outstanding issues; with the aim of achieving a complete and permanent ceasefire throughout Libya.