リビア和平協議 続き: ずくなしの冷や水

2020年01月14日

リビア和平協議 続き

世界が驚いたリビアの両派の1/13、モスクワでの停戦交渉。合意文書にハフターの側が拒否して帰国しました。しかし、確実な一歩前進。

次の記事は余計な説明が入っていてわかりづらいです。
SPUTNIK2020/1/14
Haftar Leaves Moscow for Libya Without Signing Ceasefire Deal With GNA
09:46 14.01.2020(updated 10:07 14.01.2020)
Talks began on Monday morning between Russia and Turkey’s foreign and defence ministers in the so-called "2+2" format. Afterwards, representatives from Russia and Turkey met with the GNA and LNA delegations separately. Negotiations went on for more than six hours and were closed to the media.

The Russian Foreign Ministry confirmed that Libyan National Army (LNA) leader Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar has left Moscow without signing a ceasefire agreement with the head of the UN-backed Government of National Accord (GNA) Fayez al-Sarraj.

The main issues of the talks were the parameters and the possibility of an armistice agreement being signed between the Government of National Accord's Fayez Sarraj and the head of the Libyan National Army, Marshal Khalifa Haftar.

In turn, the Libyan delegation of the Government of National Accord, headed by Prime Minister Fayez Sarraj, has left Moscow for Istanbul after signing the ceasefire agreement which their primary opponents, the Libyan National Army have yet to sign, GNA Foreign Minister Mohamed Taher Siala said.

"The delegation of the Presidential Council of the GNA and the High Council of State has left Moscow after signing [the ceasefire agreement], we are now in Istanbul," Siala said.

Siala also confirmed that Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar, the LNA commander, asked for additional time to study the document before signing it perhaps on Tuesday.

"Haftar asked for a delay till tomorrow and may sign [the ceasefire agreement] at the insistence of Russians," Siala explained.

Representatives from the LNA and GNA did not meet each other at the talks, according to Hamid al-Safi, the adviser to the speaker of Libya’s eastern-based parliament that supports Haftar’s LNA. The adviser stated that parliamentary speaker Aguila Saleh and Haftar met only with the Russian representatives, while al-Sarraj and Khaled al-Mishri, the head of the GNA High Council of State, met with both Turkish and Russian diplomats.

On Monday, Sarraj and Haftar met in the Russian capital for talks mediated by Russia and Turkey. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said that Haftar had asked for a little extra time to look at a draft ceasefire agreement between Libya’s conflicting sides.

On Sunday, LNA and GNA announced a ceasefire in the country, effectively halting the months-long LNA offensive to take the GNA-held capital of Tripoli. The ceasefire appears fragile as the sides have accused each other of violating the truce.

RT2020/1/14
Libyan General Haftar left Moscow talks without signing truce with Tripoli-based GNA
Khalifa Haftar, who leads the Libyan National Army, failed to come to terms with the rival Government of National Accord, leaving the closely-watched Moscow talks without signing any agreement, Russia’s Foreign Ministry confirmed.

“We continue to work with [the opposing] sides,” the ministry told Russian TASS news agency.

General Haftar and his delegation returned to Benghazi earlier on Tuesday after the talks ended at an impasse, Al Arabiya reported. The channel cites the general himself, who says the draft agreement that was due to be signed during the Moscow peace talks didn’t include some provisions crucial to his Libyan National Army (LNA). The 76-year-old general insisted on “dismantling and disarming” forces loyal to the internationally-recognized Government of National Accord (GNA) which has a seat in Tripoli, a military source from the LNA told the news outlet.

Earlier, Turkey and Russia joined forces to push the LNA and GNA into signing a binding truce that would have ended the months-long hostilities and laid the groundwork for a settlement.

Meanwhile, GNA Foreign Minister Mohamed Taher Siala told Russian media that their delegation did sign the agreement before departing Moscow. It was also reported that Fayez al-Sarraj, the GNA’s prime minister, refused to meet with Haftar in person, with Russian and Turkish diplomats acting as intermediaries between the two.

“Today we can report that some progress was made,” Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov told reporters on Monday, when the talks were in full swing.

The negotiations were met with praise by major world actors. The Libyan ceasefire was “a first step in the right direction, but what you need is a process for consolidation, for reconstruction and a government of unity,” European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said, adding that “there is a long way to go.”

German Chancellor Angela Merkel announced a summit on Libya to take place in Berlin on January 19.

速報性のSPUTNIK、少し遅れて内容を深めたRT、さらに遅れてポイントをまとめたFARSNEWSとそれぞれに持ち味があります。最もやさしい英語がFARSNEWS。

With their statehood destroyed by NATO, Libya’s warring sides should come to terms, not fight each other – Lavrov
Major world powers are pushing Libya’s warring factions to find a way out of the conflict that has ravaged the country since 2011’s “criminal and illegitimate” NATO bombings annihilated its statehood, Sergey Lavrov has said.

All nations interested in bringing lasting peace to Libya – among them key European and Middle Eastern powers – “are acting in the same direction and are encouraging all Libyan parties to come to an agreement, rather than continuing to sort things out by force,” Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said on Tuesday.

These days, we are working exactly to ensure that all Libyan parties show the same responsibility for the fate of their country.

At the moment “there is no statehood in Libya,” the top diplomat lamented, claiming it was effectively annihilated by NATO back in 2011 and the Libyan people are still bearing the brunt of that “criminal, illegitimate venture.”

“If Libya could become 'a second Syria', I believe the Libyan people will benefit from this,” Lavrov said, in an apparent reference to a concerted effort by Moscow, Ankara and Tehran to stem hostilities between the Syrian army and rebel forces in various parts of the country.

READ MORE: Moscow talks offer chance for peace in Libya’s post NATO-intervention bloody civil war

The top diplomat spoke shortly after Turkey and Russia enforced a ceasefire between the rebellious Libyan National Army (LNA) and the internationally recognized Government of National Accord (GNA) based in Tripoli. They also brokered a major peace summit in Moscow this week, where it was suggested that hostilities stop without any preconditions.

But General Khalifa Haftar, chief of the LNA, refused to sign an agreement, claiming it didn’t include some of demands put forward by his organization.




シリアでのトルコとシリアの調停、アフガンでのタリバンの調停、そしてリビアです。ラブロフは、関係者から厚い信頼があります。今日1/14の6:45にスリランカに着いています。日本時間16時現在会見を行っています。すごいスケジュールです。スリランカまでは、モスクワから札幌までの距離に近いのですが、特別機は大圏コースは飛ばずにあちこち迂回しているでしょう。40人ほどの大デリゲーションだとあります。

Russian Foreign Minister arrives in Sri Lanka
Tue, Jan 14, 2020, 10:31 am SL Time, ColomboPage News Desk, Sri Lanka.

Jan 14, Colombo: Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation Sergey Lavrov arrived in Sri Lanka this morning on a two-day official visit.

The Foreign Minister was accompanied by a 42-member delegation.

Foreign Minister Lavrov and his delegation arrived at the Katunayake airport at 6.35 this morning on a special flight from Moscow.

Minister Susil Premajayantha, officials of the Ministry of Foreign Relations of Sri Lanka and the Ambassador of the Russian Embassy in Colombo welcomed the Russian Minister.

According to the Russian Foreign Ministry, Minister Lavrov will meet with President of Sri Lanka Gotabaya Rajapaksa today. He will also holds talks with Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa and Minister of Foreign Relations Dinesh Gunawardena.

The Russian Minister plans to discuss the current state of Russian-Sri Lankan relations, the prospects for promoting political dialogue, the development of cooperation in trade, economic, humanitarian and other fields, as well as consider expanding the bilateral legal framework, Russian Foreign Ministry spokesperson said.

Following Sri Lanka's visit, Foreign Minister Lavrov will visit New Delhi, India tomorrow to take part in the Raisina Dialogue conference set to take place in the Indian capital on January 14-16.

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