The second round of the UN-sponsored talks on Libya between the warring sides ended in Geneva on Monday.

“The two parties agreed to present the draft agreement to their respective leaderships for further consultations and to meet again next month to resume the discussions,” said the UN Libya Support Mission (UNSMIL) in a statement.

The Libyan Joint Military Commission (JMC) talks were in a 5+5 format with five representatives of the UN-recognized Government of National Unity (GNA), and five from the forces loyal to warlord Khalifa Haftar.

The talks took place in the presence of Ghassan Salame, UN special

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