The war in Libya: warring parties to arrive in Moscow

Prime Minister of the national consensus Government of Libya Fayez Sarraj and the head of the Libyan national army Marshal Khalifa Haftar in the near future to visit Moscow. Perhaps there they will sign a ceasefire agreement.

According to the head of the Russian contact group of the Lion Money, it is not clear whether Sarraj and the Haftarot to meet each other, according to RIA Novosti.

After the overthrow and murder of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi in 2011, Libya has virtually ceased to function as a unified state. From December last year to Tripoli, where he manages the national consensus Government, there comes Marshal Khalifa Haftar, supported by a Parliament elected by people and the Libyan national army.

on 2 January this year, the Turkish Parliament endorsed a bill to send Turkish troops in Libya.

on 8 January the presidents of Russia and Turkey made a proposal for a truce in Libya. Almost immediately after it began, both sides began to accuse each other of violating it.