Islamist Libya Dawn refuses dialogue

Holds de facto power in Tripoli, 'no one can mediate ceasefire'

30 September, 15:49

    (ANSAmed) - CAIRO, SEPTEMBER 30 - The Islamist group Libya Dawn has rejected the national dialogue agreed on Monday during UN-brokered talks in Ghadames.

    The group holds de facto power in the Libyan capital.

    ''The operations will continue until the coup forces are defeated. No one can mediate a ceasefire,'' reads a statement issued by the group and quoted by the news agency MENA.

    On Monday, 12 MPs forced by the ongoing conflict to meet in Tobruk and 12 others from the city of Misrata (who boycott the parliament in Tobruk) had met in Ghadames to seek an end to months of political and institutional crisis.(ANSAmed).

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