Medvedev calls to stop conflict in Libya

Russia’s President Dmitry Medvedev has called to stop the conflict in Libya through negotiations.

­He expressed concern that air strikes could turn into ground fighting. Medvedev said Russia will not take part in any actions against Libya.

Russia’s president says developments in Libya are a result of the shameful behavior of the country’s government and the crimes against its people.

“The Russian Federation, from the very beginning, wanted the resolution of this problem to take place thorough peaceful means. At the same time, we were very thorough in monitoring the situation and we definitely condemned the actions of the Libyan government with respect to their own people,” Medvedev said.

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