Foreign invasion of Libya inadmissible - Amr Moussa
A foreign invasion of Libya fraught with a split of the country is inadmissible, Amr Moussa, the longtime Secretary General of the League of Arab States, said in an interview with the German newspaper Frankfurter Allegemeine Zeitung.
At the same time he acknowledged that a return to the status quo did not seem possible.
Mass anti-government protests in Libya erupted in the middle of February and escalated into armed confrontation between government troops and the rebels.
On March 17, the UN Security Council passed a resolution on a no-fly zone to prevent the government from using aircraft against the insurgents.
[Source: The Voice of Russia, Moscow, 12May11]
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