Zintan and Misurata cities could settle down four-year long feud
The municipal council, military council and the social tribes’ committee of Zintan city in Libya have expressed willingness to strike reconciliation with Misurata city.
The councils and the committee issued a statement saying the reconciliation would settle down their differences, pointing out that the” leaders of militias” shall be excluded.
Zintan and Misurata entered into a conflict in Tripoli in 2014, when each city’s forces was part of the fight that ended with the burning of the Tripoli International Airport, leading to the defeat of Zintan forces and their retreat to their city in the western mountain region.
Meanwhile, the councils said that any statements issued by other parties don’t represent the views of Zintan city and residents.
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