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Libya bids farewell to militias

12-20-2011 10:53 BJT

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Libyan Defense Minister Osama Al-Juwali has announced it will take weeks for militias to leave the streets of the country and said numerous weapons caches will be cleared by the time this government ends. He said the government is drafting a plan towards this goal, but provided few specifics.

Osama Al-Juwali said, "There is a general plan to bring the fighters in, part of them will join the defence ministry, others the interior ministry. There is another plan at the Ministry of Labour to rehabilitate and train these fighters, and I think this plan will be approved soon."


Editor:Zhang Dan |Source: CNTV.CN

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