NATO says takes note of AU's Libya ceasefire plan
Updated: 2011-04-11 16:51
BRUSSELS - NATO said on Monday it had taken note of reports of an African Union proposal for a ceasefire in Libya and that the military alliance welcomed all efforts to end the violence against civilians.
"We have always made it clear that there could be no purely military solution to this crisis. We welcome all contributions to the broad international effort aimed at stopping the violence against the civilian population in Libya," she said.
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