Chairman of the Presidency Council Faiez al-Sarraj sent a proposal to General Commader of the Libyan National Army (LNA) Khalifa Haftar via U.N. envoy Ghassan Salame for an unconditional cease fire, sources told 218news on Monday.
The sources said Haftar met Salame in al-Rajmah, a village in eastern Libya.
They discussed the message, noting it “proves” that the LNA controls the war in the western region and that the armed groups are unable to resolve the battle.
Sarraj’s proposal was made after the LNA made advances toward the capital and carried out major attacks on the locations of the Government of National Accord (GNA) near Tripoli.
The army has achieved remarkable results in its fighting in the war on the outskirts of Tripoli in al-Khala and Wadi al-Rabia.
Previously, Sarraj’s initiatives set the condition of an LNA withdrawal to deployments prior to April 4.