On Saturday, Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Turkish counterpart, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, called on all warring sides in Libya to curb hostilities as agreed by both statesmen in Istanbul.
Haftar initially welcomed the Moscow-Ankara proposal, but also said he was planning to continue his offensive towards Tripoli, which began in April, while al-Sarraj also took note of the initiative.
On Sunday, Libya's warring sides agreed to a ceasefire deal, but vowed to respond to any violation of that agreement.
Meanwhile, halid al-Mishri, chairman of the High Council of State, said there will be a ceasefire deal and announced he will travel to Moscow, as reported by Libyan TV channel Al Ahrar.
Artemisa, Cuba - From March 12 to 15 during the International Book Fair in the province of Artemisa, the Unicorn publishing house will present 13 new titles, as announced its director, Tania Villavicencio Álvarez.Read More
The 14th International Puppet Workshop of Matanzas will take place from April 21st to 26th, as the organizers confirmed.
A total of 17 Cuban troupes and several foreign ones will appear on stage, said Rosmary Marrero, main specialist in Promotion and Public Relations of the Provincial Center of Performing Arts of Matanzas (CPAEM).Read More
Havana - As a demonstration of the culture strength in defense of the Homeland as the bravest of soldiers, Raul Castro Ruz, first secretary of the Communist Party of Cuba, described the work of La Colmenita Children's Company.Read More