Libya’s National Force Alliance proposes peace initiative

The head of the National Forces Alliance, Mahmoud Jibril

Libya’s National Forces Alliance (NFA) on Tuesday announced an initiative to end fighting in the outskirts of capital Tripoli.

The NFA, which is an alliance of 58 liberal political parties and several NGOs, has proposed cessation of hostilities and setting up of humanitarian corridors around the capital, to pave way for a political dialogue.

The initiative also calls on Haftar forces to create a buffer zone and to allow stranded families to move out of the areas of fighting.

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