The spokesman for the Libyan Army under the command of the Government of National Accord (GNA) Mohammed Gununu said Tuesday they were committed to the ceasefire brokered by the international community despite Khalifa Haftar's violations.
Gununu said on Twitter that those who committed crimes against Libyans should be tried at courts not attend dialogues and negotiations, saying despite GNA commitment to the ceasefire, Haftar's forces had violated it over eight times in Sirte frontline.
"Haftar's forces are still deploying fighters, transferring mercenaries and digging trenches." Gununu said, adding that the Libyan Army under GNA rejects any political solution that includes Haftar, reiterating Defense Minister Salah Al-Namroush's statement about excluding war criminals and those who committed crimes against humanity from state positions.
"We'll continue to implement security and military training agreements now more than ever, especially if peace prevails in Libya". He added.
Al-Namroush threatened Monday that GNA could pull out its members from the joint military commission (5+5) if Haftar's forces continued their violations of the ceasefire, following two attacks in Ubari.