Libyan putschist Khalifa Haftar accepted to stop the fire and ended the civil war which has been beginning over a year to seize Libya’s capital Tripoli.
The consensus in stopping the war was made on Saturday at a ceremony in Cairo. Hafter and Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi and Libyan parliament speaker Aguileh Saleh were attended in the ceremony.
The Libyan National Army still owns the east and south of the oil-rich North African state. Haftar has been supported by Egypt, Russia and the United Arab Emirates. He was backed by over 1,000 Russian mercenaries, which was likely to take the capital before the intervention of the Turkish military in the past two months.