Greece will present a peace initiative for Libya’s conflict in the following days, The Washington Times reported. Greek deputy foreign minister Dimitris Dollis told the WT in a telephone interview that the initiative will be revealed “in the next day or two”.
Further, Dollis said “We require a transition from the current regime. We also require political reforms.” He underlined that Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou “has been talking to his colleagues” about the Libyan crisis and is “talking to other governments about what we consider to be a way forward.”
Dollis declined to divulge details of the Papandreou plan, but said “the basis of that initiative will be full adherence to United Nations Security Council resolutions.
On Sunday evening Papandreou met with Gaddafi’s envoy Abdelati Al-Obeidi in Athens.
“The message that [Mr. al-Obeidi] brought is that we must avoid a civil war and the crisis must end,” Dollis added. “But for the crisis to end, we require full implementation of the Security Council resolution.” (Full Story HERE )