Ceasefire talks hosted by Moscow today (Monday) failed to reach a breakthrough so far, according to Al Jazeera. GNA Prime Minister Fayez al-Sarraj signed a draft agreement. However rival Khalifa Haftar, who commands the LNA forces, requested additional time to review the document.
According to Russian foreign minister Lavrov, Haftar "has a positive view... and asked for extra time until the next morning to decide." Lavrov hopes "they will make a positive decision."
Turkish president Erdogan, who partnered with Putin to advance the ceasefire talks, despite that they support opposing sides in the conflict, said he was working to push the sides to a ceasefire. Speaking together with Italian prime minister Conte at a meeting in Ankara, Erdogan informed he would attend the long-awaited Berlin Summit this Sunday together with Conte and Putin to discuss Libyan developments.