Ahmadinejad urges Gaddafi to agree with people’s desires
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has expressed his attitude towards the events in Libya. He called on Moammar Gaddafi to agree with the people's desires, Iranian FARS news agency reported.
"Bad activities take place in some places. How can one shoot down its people?" Ahmadinejad said.
He urged the Libyan authorities to agree with the people's desires, to listen to them and to stand by them.
Protests in the Libyan provinces demanding resignation of Gaddafi, who has been ruling the country 42 years, have been continuing since Feb.15. According to unofficial information, these days roughly 500 people were killed as a result of the clash between law enforcement agencies and demonstrators.