Libyan gov't vows to implement African Union initiative: JANA

08:28, June 14, 2011      

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The Libyan government said on Monday it would implement all proposals of an African Union initiative which aims to put an end to Libya's conflict, the official news agency JANA reported.

The General People's Committee, or the Libyan government, asserted Libya's commitment to all proposals of the initiative and would positively cooperate in this regard, JANA said.

The government also decided to set up a working team to implement all items of the initiative.

The African Union (AU) has been spearheading a plan to pave the way for a cease-fire in Libya, but it did not feature Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi's exit, something was rejected by the rebels.

Libya's rebels have asserted any deal to defuse Libya's crisis should include the departure of Gaddafi first.

Source: Xinhua
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