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Al-Arabiya TV reported that the Libyan army commander, Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar, and his accompanying delegation left Moscow, on Tuesday, without signing the ceasefire agreement in Libya.
The Al-Arabiya correspondent said that the clashes were renewed in the Salah al-Din area, south of the Libyan capital, Tripoli.
Earlier, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov announced that Haftar had postponed the signing of the truce agreement.
A military source at the General Command of the Libyan Army told Al-Arabiya that Haftar would stipulate the dissolution of armed militias and the handing over of their weapons before the signing of the armistice agreement.
The source pointed out that «Haftar» and the accompanying delegation will review all the terms of the agreement from all sides to identify the gaps in it, and study its results before taking a decision on it.
The source stressed that «Haftar will not be signed on the agreement if it is not amended by adding a clause stipulating the disbanding, dismantling and disarming militias, because he does not recognize them and sees stability in Libya only after disposal of them.
The Libyan draft agreement called on both parties to stop all offensive military actions, with the formation of a military committee to determine the line of communication between the warring parties.
Earlier, sources reported that there are significant gaps in the draft agreement between the Libyan parties, while the Libyan army confirmed, on Monday, that its forces remained in place and did not withdraw from the capital.