PM: Poland mulls only humanitarian, not military actions in Libya.

By bne IntelliNews March 21, 2011
Poland is ready to take part in humanitarian aid efforts in Libya, if they are organised, but will not participate in any military actions there, PM Donald Tusk has announced. he stressed that he had also presented this stance during the Paris summit of world leaders on the situation in Libya. Humanitarian aid, setting up a field hospital or financial assistance are the only modes of Poland's possible actions, the Premier elaborated, cited by local media. Western forces hit targets along the Libyan coast on Saturday, destroying tanks and armoured vehicles in the region of the rebels' eastern stronghold, Benghazi, as reported by Reuters. tom

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