Libyan sources revealed, on Sunday, the agreement of the Libyan Joint Military Committee 5 + 5 with the UN mission in Libya to start the arrival of international observer teams, after the Security Council agreed to send a team of 60 international observers to monitor the implementation of the ceasefire agreement in Libya.
The sources told Al-Araby Al-Jadeed newspaper that the consultations between the Military Committee and the staff of the UN mission ended with an agreement to start gradually deploying international observers to several centers in the Sirte and Al-Jufrah regions once the coastal road is opened.
The sources indicated that the deployment of the observers coincides with the deployment of a Libyan police force formed by the state security services in the two regions, as the first steps to implement the important provisions of the military agreement, before proceeding to the next steps, and the withdrawal of foreign forces and mercenaries.
The sources added that Western capitals are pressing hard on both sides of the conflict, to give up their conditions for opening the coastal road, which is expected to open at the end of next May.
It is worth noting that the United Nations sent, on March 4, a small team, to monitor the ceasefire mechanism in Libya, and the team will work, in consultation with the (5 + 5) committee, to prepare the necessary information for the report requested by the Security Council.