Ceasefire brokered in Azzawiya by tribes’ elders
An agreement on truce and immediate ceasefire was signed on Monday evening by the two warring armed groups in Azzawiya city, according to one elder from the city, Mohamed Kamjaji.
Kamjaji added that the agreement included withdrawing of all the vehicles from the streets and an immediate ceasefire.
He also said that they agreed on handing in the wanted criminals from the two sides to a neutral party.
“If the wanted were not handed in, they must disown them and uncover them by both social and tribal standards.” The agreement reads according to Kamjaji.
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