Moments ago, the United Nations announced that the two warring parties in Libya have just presented in Geneva a <a href="https:\/\/www.channelstv.com\/2020\/02\/24\/libyas-warring-parties-suggest-draft-ceasefire-agreement-un\/">draft of a ceasefire<\/a> agreement which gets the UN to oversee the safe return of displaced civilians, as well as the implementation of a joint monitoring mechanism.\r\n\r\nEarlier, the Libyan army responded to the speech made by Fayez Al-Sarraj, head of the Al-Wefaq government that controls the Libyan capital, <a href="https:\/\/see.news\/?s=tripoli">Tripoli,<\/a> before the Human Rights Council, and the army said that "it was more to make sense if Al-Saraj would talk about the Brotherhood's seizure of power."\r\n\r\nAl-Sarraj said that Libya is "witnessing a proxy war," and that the country "is going through exceptional circumstances due to individual ambitions and external interference."\r\n\r\nThe army, led by Field Marshal Khalifa Hifter, accused Al-Sarraj of being "an object played by the Brotherhood."\r\n\r\nThe army, which supports the eastern government, denounced al-Sarraj's talk about terrorism before the Human Rights Council "as it brings in mercenaries." In its response, the Libyan army revealed that "the terrorists abused the military".\r\n\r\nA second round of military talks between the warring parties began in Geneva last week, and a round of political talks is scheduled to start tomorrow, Wednesday, but reports said that the Haftar side will not participate in it.\r\n\r\nEarlier, the Libyan National Army said that its forces had killed 16 Turkish soldiers in recent weeks, a day after Turkey admitted that it had lost a number of "martyrs" during battles in Libya. Khaled al-Mahjoub, the army spokesman, said that the Turks were killed in the coastal city of Misrata, in battles in Tripoli, and in the town of Al-Falah, south of the capital.\r\n\r\nTurkey supports the Al-Wefaq government and violated the arms embargo imposed on Libya by the Security Council, and sent Syrian fighters with some of its soldiers and weapons to help the government stationed in Tripoli to repel the Libyan National Army's attempt to wrest control of the city and liberate it from the pro-Saraj militias.\r\n\r\nTurkish news sites revealed the killing of a colonel in the Turkish army in Libya, after an attack by Libyan forces on the Libyan port of Tripoli last week. According to the information, the former colonel of the Turkish army, Okan Altenay, was killed in the port of Tripoli, and was buried in his hometown, under great obscurity.\r\n\r\nHafter said that one of the Turkish ships in the Libyan port city of Tripoli was struck last week, while the leadership of Operation Karama announced that the targeting was for a weapons depot in Tripoli sea port.