When no international agencies request, they qualify. We are in a moment in which glimpses the end, says the j of the military Committee of NATO, Giampaolo Di Paola. The UN recognizes the rebels of the CNT as representatives of Libya. NATO is prepared to assist in the consolidation of a new democratic Government in Libya, but under the mandate of international agencies and not unilaterally, as he has highlighted this Saturday in Seville the j of the military Committee of the Alliance, Italian Admiral Giampaolo Di Paola. Di Paola, who chairs the meeting that NATO’s military Committee held this weekend in the Andalusian capital, has pointed out in press conference that NATO will not act in Libya nor one minute more when you finish the process be transition if not requested by international agencies. In NATO we are ready, ready and willing if we called for and if we can contribute something meaningful to advance in the situation, but we are not going to be there without a necessary role that responds to the request of international agencies and not to act unilaterally, it has asserted. In his opinion, recognition of the Libyan authorities of transition by both NATO and the UN assumed a prominent political progress for the consolidation of the new Libya. The situation is coming to an end on the ground, although it is not complete; We are in a moment in which the end is in sight, but we are not going to be present in Libya not one minute more when you finish the transition, it has an Apostille.
The transition in Afghanistan is making good progress wondered about the situation in Afghanistan, the j of NATO’s military Committee has reiterated the lasting commitment of the Alliance in the post phase transition in this country and has launched a clear and forceful message that this transition is progressing well and that the attacks of Al Qaeda will not get the train derails. There is no other alternative; We have to move forward in this phase of transition, has concluded. Asked about the report of j of the Pakistan army, Ashfaq Kayani, in this military conclave, Di Paolo has pointed out that the Pakistani high command has said clearly that the fight against terrorism is a priority for the armed forces and the Pakistani society because no other country like Pakistan need security and terrorism of Al Qaeda is assumed as a threat for them. Di Paola has explained that the meeting of the military Committee of NATO in Seville has also discussed the new organisational model of the partnership to adapt to the changes of today’s world and has highlighted the contribution of the Spanish armed forces in missions of the Alliance where have been large contributors to the work for the security of all. Source of the news: NATO ready to collaborate with the transition in Libya, but “not unilaterally”