218News obtained the details of the plan to remove foreign forces and mercenaries from Libya, which was prepared in Geneva a few days ago, by members of the Joint Military Commission and representatives of the sponsoring countries of the Berlin Conference.
The action plan states that starting first from the lines of contact, each party will, according to the foreign forces, reach agreed points in two specific cities in implementation of the outcomes of the ceasefire agreement.
In the second step; international observers will be given access to enter Libya under international supervision, and they will work with local observers to implement the plan established in Geneva, which requires a gradual, balanced and simultaneous evacuation. This point was written unanimously by the members of the Joint Military Commission, and a document of the agreement was sent to the United Nations and Security Council.
The third stage includes the initiation by the observers of the process of monitoring the real numbers of foreign forces and mercenaries from Libya and properly documenting them, away from estimates, so that the remaining details of the evacuation can begin to be elaborated.
In the fourth and final step; the mercenaries are deported from Libya in successive groups, according to a specific timeline, the details of which have not yet been revealed.
The Geneva-signed action plan confirms the desire of the 5+5 JMC and those who support it to evacuate Libya from any foreign element, and with the date of the elections approaching; the popular call for the need to prepare the environment for the electoral process is increasing, and among the most prominent points here is the evacuation of foreign forces and mercenaries from Libya.