Report: Libya to offer NATO ceasefire, concessions

May 26, 2011 06:18


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The Libyan regime plan to offer the international community a ceasefire and other concessions intended to end the fighting in the country, The Independent reported on Thursday.

In a letter obtained by The Independent, Libyan Prime Minister Al-Baghdadi al-Mahmoudi proposes that an immediate ceasefire be implemented and monitored by the UN and African Union.

The letter, which will be sent to several foreign governments, also proposes unconditional talks with opposition groups, amnesty for both sides of the conflict, and the drafting of a new constitution.

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