NEWS FEED
Zoom
10:31 13 February
10:25 13 February
17:39 12 February
10:46 12 February
TOP 5

Libya rejects attacks on Mali: PM


 

Baku-APA. Libyan Prime Minister Ali Zaidan said Saturday that Libya rejects military attacks on Mali, calling for solving the Malian crisis through dialogue, APA reports quoting Associated Press.

 

"We reject the attacks on Mali, and Libya's position was clear, so we asked to give an opportunity for dialogue," Zaidan said.

 

Libya will not be a base to launch attacks on Mali, Zaidan said, denying rumors of using Lawiig, a Libyan far south town, as a military base for the French forces' operation.

 

The prime minister stressed the importance of strengthening border control, adding that leaders of Libya, Algeria and Tunisia have agreed to enhance security along their borders to fight organized crimes during a trilateral security summit held last week in Libyan southwestern town Ghadames.

 

Zaidan also urged Libyans to cooperate with the army against possible dangers.


Related news releases

VİDEO

PHOTO

  • Gold price falls $8
  • Oil price rises
+2
EXCHANGE RATE
FOREX
/ 13 February, 2016

USD
1.5745
 
EUR
1.7789
 
RR
0.0201