The Government of Indonesia Calls for the Protection of Civilians in Libya and an End to Violence

21 March, 2011 | Source: Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Responding to the recent developments in Libya, the Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia underlines that:

 
Responding to the recent developments in Libya, the Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia underlines that:
 
"Throughout the course of recent developments in Libya, the Government of the Republic of Indonesia has consistently called for the protection by the international community, consistent with the principles of international law and the Charter of the United Nations, of innocent civilians who have fallen victims of unchecked violence.
 
A strict implementation of Security Council resolution 1973 adopted last 17 March 2011 offers the potential for such protection of innocent civilians. 
 
The Government of Indonesia emphasizes that ultimately, however, there is an urgent need for the promotion of conditions conducive for a peaceful, democratic political process to take place in Libya. For the avoidance of a cycle of violence and conflict. For the people of Libya to be able to chart their own democratic future.
 
Jakarta, 21 March 2011
 

 

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