Tripoli conflict parties committed to ceasefire agreement, says official

The Head of the Committee for Communications and Security Arrangements Follow-up formed by the Ministry of Interior, Ramadan Zermouh, said that all parties to the conflict in the capital are committed to the cease-fire agreement.
“The motives of those who tried to enter Tripoli were to reform the state and end the chaos and the security and economic breaches,” Zermouh explained in a press statement Friday.
He further clarified that the police has taken charge of the area of Bin Ghashir to the Airport Road and shall receive the rest of the outlets of the capital as well.

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