1 Mart 2011 Salı

Turkey says Nato move on Libya ‘absurd’

Delphine Strauss in Ankara and James Blitz in London         Financial Times

Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Turkey’s prime minister, has hit out at US and UK calls for military intervention in the Libya crisis, warning that would be an “absurdity” for the Nato alliance to intervene in the region.

As the stance of Turkey, a prominent western ally, was bolstered by similar comments from non-Nato member Russia, the US and UK led calls for tougher action to stop the violent crackdown against opposition forces by Muammer Gaddafi, Libya’s leader. Both Washington and London are saying they are looking at the possible establishment of a no-fly zone to prevent air attacks on towns held by rebels.


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