"We don't want to use hard power in Libya. That is why we took up intense efforts for a cease-fire and to include all parties in the process. There is one truth and that is that [Khalifa] Haftar does not want peace. He does not want to share power and authority with anyone."
These are the words Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu uttered in a conference in Ankara on Haftar's unexpected departure in Moscow on Thursday. With his departure, the talks in Moscow ended with no results. But the efforts are still going on to maintain peace and stability in Libya.
There will be a meeting in Berlin on Sunday with leaders and heads of state from 12 countries and four multinational organizations including the U.N. Is there a light at the end of the tunnel? It is difficult to be optimistic at this stage since there has been an outbreak of gunfire in Tripoli backed by the United Arab Emirates. The reason Haftar left Moscow was also the UAE.
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