Libya's interim council says will uphold treaties

BENGHAZI, Libya - Libya's interim national council said on Sunday the North African state would uphold all international agreements and treaties in a celebration to declare liberation after Muammar Gaddafi was captured and killed last week.
"The Libyan people, as they establish a state of law, firstly, assure the world of their respect for all Libya's signed agreements according to international standards," Abdul Hafiz Ghoga, the council's vice-chairman said.
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