The top U.N. official for Libya has called for a truce during the upcoming Eid al-Adha religious holiday.
Report informs citing the Interfax that the due statement came from U.N. envoy Ghassan Salamé.
According to him, the current conflict can grow into a full-blown civil war.”
He added that following the ceasefire, a meeting of high-ranking representatives of the "parties involved" should be held in order to "consolidate the cessation of hostilities".
He emphasized that all parties of the conflict "grossly violate international law and international law".
Notably, this year Muslims will celebrate the Sacrifice holiday on August 11.