UN Security Council calls on Libyan parties to abide by Geneva's resolutions 

United Nations Security Council has called on all Libyan parties to abide by their pledges and implement the agreement properly, and demanded to contribute to the ceasefire to reach a solution via political dialogue.   

On Tuesday, Member states of the Security Council welcomed the permanent ceasefire agreement on Libya, that was signed by the Joint Military Commission ''5+5'' in Geneva. 

The UN Security Council called on all countries to abide by arms embargo and non – interference in the Libyan internal affairs.  

Libyan National Army's spokesman, Ahmed Al-Mismari, said in a tweet on his personal account on Tweeter '' Qatar's signing of what is called ''security agreements'' with the National Accord Government is a ''violation to the decisions of the dialogue in Geneva''. 

Al-Mismari described these agreements as ''malignant'', saying :'' it is an attempt to undermine what has been agreed upon by the Libyan Army's officers in Geneva to cease fire and put an end to escalation''.  

This comes after the Qatari News Agency announced recently that Premier and Internal Affairs Minister Sheikh Khaled Bin Khalifa Bin Abdul Aziz aal Thani had signed with the Internal Minister of the National Accord Government Fathi Bashagha'' a memorandum of understanding in the domain of security cooperation between the two ministries of the two countries with the aim to consolidate cooperation in the security arena as to the welfare of the two countries''.  

Earlier, the two sides of the Libyan struggle had signed, after deliberations lasted 5 days in Geneva, a permanent ceasefire agreement.

It is scheduled that after the agreement that was concluded in Geneva between the military representatives of the Accord Government and the Libyan Army, that political talks begin in Tunisia next month. 

On Monday, the first session of the UN backed Political Dialogue Symposium was started, where tens of Libyan politicians started a political dialogue sponsored by the UN, via videolink, few days after a permanent ceasefire agreement was announced. 

But some entities reject such a symposium, such as '' Parliamentarian Medium Gathering'' that considers all participants from the Muslim Brotherhood backed by Turkey and Qatar.



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