This Johnson said upon arrival in Berlin at a conference on the Libyan settlement.

“This is an indirect confrontation waged by external forces, be it Russia, Egypt or others (states. - RT ) on the one hand, Turkey and others (states. - RT ) on the other. The EU is divided (in the Libyan issue. - RT ). Mediated conflicts cease only when external forces decide to put an end to them, the United Kingdom stands for it, ”TASS quoted the prime minister.

According to him, the time has come to move forward and unite Libya under the auspices of the UN.

Johnson also noted the readiness of the UK to participate in the monitoring of the ceasefire, namely sending experts "to observe the ceasefire."

“But we do not see any truce at the moment,” he said.

Earlier, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson noted the importance of an international conference in Berlin to resolve the Libyan conflict and return to negotiations under the auspices of the UN.

It was reported that the commander of the Libyan National Army (LNA), Marshal Khalifa Haftar, the head of the Libyan national consent government Faiz Sarraj, Russian President Vladimir Putin, the head of the US State Department Mike Pompeo, representatives of the United Kingdom, France, China, will take part in the conference in Berlin on Libya on January 19; UAE, Turkey, Congo, Italy, Egypt, Algeria, as well as international organizations.