MOSCOW Fayez Seraj, the Libyan Prime Minister of the U.N.-backed government in Tripoli is scheduled to get there in Moscow inside times, Russia’s Interfax information company documented on Monday, citing Deputy Overseas Minister Mikhail Bogdanov.
The pay a visit to is noticed as a move toward overcoming a deadlock in the region amongst the Tripoli government and Khalifa Haftar, a army commander who is supported by factions based mostly in the east of the oil-abundant region.
“I consider (Seraj’s) pay a visit to may well be paid out in the future times,” Interfax quoted Bogdanov as expressing.
On February 19, Seraj advised Reuters he hoped Moscow may well act as an middleman amongst him and Haftar.
(Reporting by Aleksandar Vasovic Modifying by Vladimir Soldatkin)