Indonesia backs Libyan transition
Jakarta: Indonesia said it supported Libya`s peaceful transition towards democracy following the downfall of Muammar al-Gaddafi.
"Indonesia supports the National Transitional Council in Libya in carrying out the peaceful transition towards democracy," Indonesian Foreign Minister Marty Natalegawa, said in a statement on Saturday.
Natalegawa said, the process of the democratic transition must reflect the wishes and aspirations of Libyans.
"In the end, a political process which grants Libyans the chance to decide their own future is the best solution in resolving the issues in Libya," he said.
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