Libia: Liga Araba se pronunta pentru zona de excludere aeriana si stabilirea de contacte cu opozitia

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Sâmbătă, 12 martie 2011, 18:05 Actualitate | Internaţional

Liga Araba se pronunta pentru instituirea unei zone de excludere aeriana in Libia si stabilirea de contacte cu Consiliul National de Tranzitie (CNT), care reuneste opozitia libiana, au anuntat sambata diplomati care au participat la reuniunea extraordinara a organizatiei din Cairo, relateaza AFP.

Ministrii arabi de externe "au cazut de acord sa invite Consiliul National de Securitate al ONU sa-si asume responsabilitati si sa impuna o zona de excludere aeriana pentru a proteja poporul libian", a afirmat unul dintre acesti diplomati, care a preferat sa-si pastreze anonimatul.

"Decizia de impunere a unei zone de excludere aeriana a fost acceptata de ministrii arabi cu exceptia Algeriei si a Siriei", a adaugat el.

Liga Araba este formata din 22 de membri dar regimul libian a fost exclus de la reuniune din cauza represiunii insurectiei.

"Ministrii au decis sa deschida canale de contact cu CNT pentru a ajuta poporul libian", a adaugat sursa citata.

Alti doi diplomati care au participat la reuniune au confirmat aceste informatii.


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  • +1 (1 vot)    
    No comment. (Sâmbătă, 12 martie 2011, 19:13)

    anonim [anonim]

    In poza posibilul presedinte al Egiptului.

    Arab League supports Libya no-fly zone
    http://www.presstv.ir/detail/169511.html
    • 0 (0 voturi)    
      ... (Sâmbătă, 12 martie 2011, 21:18)

      zen [anonim] i-a raspuns lui anonim

      Seful religios suprem din Saudi Arabia condamna
      dusmanii lui Mubarak:
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bK2XWIeoh74&feature=player_embedded#
      • 0 (0 voturi)    
        Dna ... (Duminică, 13 martie 2011, 11:11)

        utug [anonim] i-a raspuns lui zen

        Dna Hillary merge sa se intalneasca la Cairo si cu rebelii ce vor veni de la Benghazi. Vor veni rebelii cu noul steag al Libiei ? Steagul Regelui Idris ? In Libia va fi restabilita fosta teocratie si libienii vor avea un lider religios precum cel al Arabiei Saudite ? Si USA va recapata baza militara (Wheelus Air Base) pe care au pierdut-o cand in 1969 Gaddafi l-a detronat pe Idris si vor adauga la cele 900 baze din 135 tari inca o baza in inca o tara ? [ Hillary Clinton said yesterday she would visit Egypt and Tunisia next week, her first trip to those countries since their presidents were deposed after mass protests. Clinton also told ... she planned to meet with Libyan opposition leaders during her travels as Washington sought ways to help them topple Libya's strongman Muammar Gaddafi ... The secretary said meanwhile the United States is working with the international community to help foil Gaddafi's attempts to militarily crush a pro-democracy movement in Libya.

        Clinton to travel to Cairo, Tunis ...
        http://www.bt.com.bn/news-world/2011/03/11/clinton-travel-cairo-tunis

        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k_TEelPBX8U

        http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kingdom_of_Libya

        http://dailyteaparty.com/2011/02/12/tea-party-founder-ron-paul-wins-cpac-poll-speech-transcript/
  • 0 (0 voturi)    
    In ... (Duminică, 13 martie 2011, 6:46)

    utug [anonim]

    In Arabia Saudita rege este Abdullah, Protectorul celor 2 Sfinte Moschei, fiul celei de a 8-a sotii (din 22) a fostului rege Saud. Obama i-a cerut sa trimita urgent arme in Libia. Abdullah este un mare prieten al lui Obama si aliat al USA.

    http://tv.globalresearch.ca/2011/03/saudi-protests-highlight-us-hypocrisy

    Saudi Protests Highlight US Hypocrisy

    As unrest in the Arab world continues the Obama administration finds itself in a bind when it comes to undemocratic nations it actively supports.

    A planned Day of Rage in Saudi Arabia was nearly scrubbed as the laws prohibit demonstrations. However, many did come out and voice their opposition to the Saudi government.

    The nation is actively supported and praised by the US and is highly undemocratic. It is a known abuser of human rights, including its well known apartheid like attitude towards women. The White House's failure to address concerns over Saudi Arabia's record reflects a 70-year-old policy of US administrations ignoring abuses against both the Saudi people and American citizens.

    Fear over losing a strong Arab ally and threatening the Middle East oil supply, past US presidents have been too afraid to confront the Saudis.

    Michel Chossudovsky, the director of the Centre for Research on Globalization in Montréal, Canada, said Saudi Arabia and other Gulf States are US protectorates, they are oil economies dependant on US protection and interests.

    "There were protests in eastern Saudi Arabia," he said, but argued it was more of a media show than anything else. "This Saudi event was a little bit exaggerated by the media."

    Many protesting or speaking out are not Saudis or citizens of the Gulf States, he said. They are migrant workers who are not calling for pro-democracy, but other demands. In addition, some protestors were seeking closer ties to Islam.

    Saudi Arabia and other Gulf States have openly spoken against the governments in Libya and elsewhere experiencing protests ... ]


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