The leader of the Libyan national army, Khalifa Haftar on April 27 announced the release of Shirinskogo agreement according to which in 2015 has generated a national consensus government. Haftar declared intention to lead Libya, according to the publication Akhbar Libya.
He stressed that the mandate for the administration of the country was presented to him by the people of Libya.
According to the Haftarot, the national army would not have achieved success, if not for the support of the people. He intends to “ease his suffering”, to protect the rights of citizens to honor their wishes and work for their benefit.
The confrontation between the Libyan national army and the national consensus government, created with the support of the UN and led by Faiz by Sarraj, started in 2011, after the overthrow and murder of Muammar Gaddafi.
Group of Haftarot is based in the East of the country. In April of 2019 she attempted to take control of Tripoli, but forces under the control of the STUMP, drove the militia out of the city. According to data from the UN, just the result of military action in Libya to 2019, killed at least 284 civilians, most as a result of air strikes.
As noted by Al Jazeera, the STUMP is supported by Turkey and the Haftarot – United Arab Emirates and Egypt. Military support to the Haftarot has Russia, whose mercenaries are fighting in Libya.
26 December, the Libyan government officially asked Erdogan military aid, Turkey has started the redeployment of its troops. 8 January 2020 Turkey and Russia in a joint statement, called for the introduction of the ceasefire regime. The truce came at midnight on January 12.
On 13 January in Moscow began talks between Russia, Turkey and sides of the confrontation in Libya.
January 14, Haftar has refused to sign a truce with the government. On 16 January foreign Minister of Germany Heiko Maas on the basis of conversations with the Haftarot said that he agreed to abide by a truce with the recognized government of Libya.