The Acting Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations in Libya, Stephanie Williams, said that the 5 + 5" Joint Military Committee, previously "decided to have its main headquarters in the city of Sirte," confirming that the committee meeting in Ghadames, which lasted for two days "accomplished all it's work."
Williams announced during a press conference held this evening in the city of Ghadames that the parties “agreed to form a military committee to oversee the return of the forces to their headquarters and the withdrawal of foreign forces from contact lines” and “agree on measures to monitor the ceasefire with the participation of international observers.”
She added that the parties also agreed “that the next meeting will be in the city of Sirte this month,” and on the need for “immediate return of flights to the city of Sebha and Ghadames.”
Williams noted that "the subcommittee formed by the Military Committee will continue on the exchange detainees until the completion of this file," noting that the two parties also agreed to "form specialized engineering teams to remove mines, in cooperation with the General Intelligence Service and the United Nations."
Williams also confirmed that the Military Committee had agreed to work on "forming a committee to combat hate speech."