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Greek PM to brief parliament on Libya

21. March 2011. | 15:06

Source: ANA

Prime Minister George Papandreou will brief Parliament on Tuesday on developments on the issue of Libya.

Prime Minister George Papandreou will brief Parliament on Tuesday on developments on the issue of Libya.

Speaking after a meeting of European, US and Arab leaders on Saturday hosted in Paris on the Libya issue, Papandreou said that the international community will move to enforce the UN Security Council's decisions for Libya, adding that Saturday's meeting "showed the determination of the international community to enforce the resolutions of the United Nations, especially for the protection of human life in Libya and, of course, on the need to implement a truce".

"Unfortunately, despite the assurance of the regime in Libya that the resolutions will be implemented and that a truce will be implemented, these have been proved false by the reality, by their actions, actions of violence.

That is why the international community will move for the implementation of the decisions," Papandreou said.


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