US State Department rejects foreign military interventions in Libya

The US State Department’s regional spokeswoman, Geraldine Griffiths, has announced that her country rejects any foreign military intervention in Libya.

Griffiths stressed, in a statement, the need to stop hostilities in Libya, within the framework of the 5 + 5 military talks led by the United Nations, and respect for all parties to the arms embargo imposed by the United Nations.

“The Libyan people must ultimately solve this crisis through political negotiations,” said the US State Department’s regional spokeswoman.

On the oil file, Griffiths called for the necessity of allowing the National Oil Corporation to return to performing its work, so that no foreign country can have the opportunity to use the closure, as an excuse to launch military action to “rescue” the oil crescent.


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