The United Nations office in Geneva said that the Special Representative of the International Organization in Libya, Ghassan Salameh, started talks in Geneva yesterday, with the government of Tripoli, and members of the Libyan National Army forces led by Field Marshal Khalifa Hifter, within the framework of a joint military committee sponsored by the International Organization.

The Libyan Joint Military Committee includes five officials from each side, and it is run by Salama.

In addition, the German Foreign Ministry announced that it was decided to hold a new meeting in the middle of next March, for the foreign ministers of countries seeking to mediate a peace agreement in Libya, explaining that Germany would work with the UN Security Council to develop a resolution so that the countries that violated the arms embargo imposed by the nations were known. The United states that it should expect consequences.