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David Stone

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Indonesia-Turkey agreement, cease-fire in Libya
« on: April 07, 2011, 12:32:46 PM »
After the meeting, President Yudhoyono and President of Turkey Abdullah Gul agreed that there should be immediate ceasefire in Libya.

In a bilateral meeting today in Jakarta, President Yudhoyono and President Abdullah Gul to discuss recent developments in the Middle East and North Africa. Including the current situation in Libya.

As reported by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs press release, the two heads of state emphasized the importance of maintaining the sovereignty, national unity, and territorial integrity of Libya. Both agree, needs to be done effectively cease-fire.

“Also, stop the hostilities to end all forms of violence against innocent civilians who have suffered prolonged,”the two heads of state, in a joint statement.

The UN presence is needed to oversee the ongoing cease-fire, after the enactment in Libya. Kemudkian also the importance of facilitation of humanitarian assistance without obstruction to the people of Libya.

“The UN should cooperate with relevant regional organizations in  to promote conditions conducive to political settlement of peaceful, democratic, and sustainable, which reflects the aspirations and will of the people of Libya,” he continued.

SBY and Gul also agreed to give its commitment to contribute in these efforts under UN auspices.


 

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