Erdogan: the Haftarot is first agreed to a ceasefire in Libya, and then ran away from Moscow

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan accused the commander of the Libyan national army, Khalifa the Haftarot that he “ran away from Moscow” without the signing of the armistice agreement.

“At negotiations in Moscow the government of Tripoli showed a constructive position, but the coup Haftar did not want to sign a ceasefire agreement. At first he answered in the affirmative, and then ran away from Moscow,” — said Erdogan, speaking in the Turkish Parliament

Earlier, the leaders of Russia and Turkey urged all sides in Libya to cease fire and to sit down at the negotiating table. January 13, arrived in Moscow the head of the national consensus government of Libya Faiz Sarraj and the commander of the Libyan national army, Khalifa Haftar. A ceasefire agreement was discussed for many hours. In the end, according to the Ministry of foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation Sergey Lavrov, several parties to the conflict in Libya has signed the document, and the Haftarot asked for more time.

“the Efforts in this direction will continue. Yet the final result is not achieved,” — said the Minister of foreign Affairs of Russia.