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Monday, March 21, 2011

Turkey Against Air Attacks On Libya

Press TV

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has expressed opposition to airstrikes on Libya, saying they could have dangerous consequences.

Speaking at the opening ceremony of the "leaders of change summit" in Istanbul, the premier said the world "must let the people of Libya shape their own future," and military methods aggravate the situation, Turkey's Anadolu news agency reported on Monday. 

Erdogan said a possible NATO intervention in Libya, a plan discussed as a substitute to the current military alliance, will be useless. However, he called for a quick stop of all the violence in the North African country.

The Turkish leader also said change in countries should be brought about through "compromise, tolerance based on sharing, and solidarity." 

The air attacks led by France, Britain and the US on Libya entered their second day on Sunday. The administrative building of Libyan ruler Muammar Gaddafi has reportedly been destroyed completely in one of the strikes.

Meanwhile, four Danish F-16 jets have taken part in the airstrikes on Libya, Danish Air Force said on Sunday, adding that their mission has been "lengthy" but "successful." 

The United Arab Emirates' fighter jets are due to arrive in Decimomannu air force base on the Italian island of Sardinia, reports said.

However, the Arab League has strongly criticized the air attacks on Libya, saying they only supported a no-fly zone.

Experts say the main motive behind the Western allies' attack is the vast oil reserves in the North African country. 


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