Saturday, 19 March 2011

He Would Say That Wouldn't He

"Moscow regrets the armed action undertaken in Libya by a number of countries with reference to a hastily adopted U.N. Security Council Resolution 1973,” a spokesperson for the Russian Foreign minister  Lavrov said on Saturday 19 March.

“We strongly urge both all [sic] Libyan sides and the parties involved in the military operation to do everything possible in order to prevent the suffering of the civilian population and stop fire and violence as soon as possible...
....We demand that exhaustive measures be taken in order to ensure the safety of foreign diplomatic missions and their personnel. We especially insist on the inviolability of the Russian Embassy in Tripoli and of the Russian citizens in Libya,” he said.

“We are still convinced that it is necessary to stop the bloodshed immediately and begin a dialogue between the Libyans themselves in order to achieve an effective settlement of the Libyan conflict in the interests of stability and democratic future of that country."

Angels expects Germany regrets as well.  And Poland, even if they did say they would offer 'logistic support'. 

1 comment:

Caronte said...

Clearly the Poles do not care if the Pope is under threat: he is German.