Tripoli, Aug. 19: Libyan Prime Minister Baghdadi Ali Mahmudi has called for dialogue to resolve the ongoing Libyan crisis.
“The Libyan crisis cannot be solved through military means, but through dialogue and consultative means,” Xinhua news agency quoted Mahmudi, as saying.
“NATO should immediately stop the bombardment over the Libyan people, thus creating conditions for dialogue and consultation,” he added.
He said he favoured dialogue, as it was the peaceful means to resolve the issue.
“We are not on the weak side, though we proposed dialogue… that is because peaceful means is our choice. We hope the international community cooperate for a satisfactory solution,” Mahmudi further said. (ANI)