Berlin- The President of the Munich Security Conference, “Wolfgang Ischinger,” said that the European Union should threaten military intervention in Libya if necessary. In a statement to Fanke Media Group newspapers, Ischinger said that Europe could throw its military weight in the equation for a ceasefire, adding that diplomacy often remains a mere rhetoric if you are unable to use the threat of military action as a lever in international conflicts. . As Germany prepares to take over the rotating presidency of the European Union on July 1, the German politician stressed that the bloc must speak the language of force to better represent its interests. He continued, “Ischinger,” although the German government held a major international conference on Libya in Berlin last January, the outcome unfortunately until now almost zero, in reference to the peace summit that witnessed the United Nations arms embargo signed by several countries and organizations. But it turned out that the armistice was violated immediately. Ischinger said in his remarks that German diplomatic appeals were largely ignored.
Source: Libya News Agency