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An America drowning in red ink is the land of the free no more
Topic - Dimitris Dollis
Greece will present a peace initiative for Libya's civil conflict "in the next day or two," Greece's deputy foreign minister told The Washington Times on Monday.
"We require a transition from the current regime," Dimitris Dollis said in a phone interview from Athens. "We also require political reforms."
"I think the discussion of Gadhafi [muddies] the waters because they will come in and say that the U.N. resolution does not specifically talk about that, but what we indicated is that the international community has expressed itself fully on this situation," he said.