Thursday, October 27, 2011

U.S. Secretary of Defense will not be identified NATO mission in Libya ended as planned on Monday 31/10.
CNN quoted him as Leon Panetta, the head of the U.S. military told reporters during a visit to Japan, said the National Council Forward Libya (NTC) wants NATO to expand its mission and continue in to Libya. "Today I wish to receive from a few leaders NTC asked NATO to continue its mission within the new government establish control over the country," Mr. Panetta disclosed.
NATO will not withdraw from Libya as planned
U.S. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta.

The decision to stay or return to that of NATO, but the U.S. is trying to find long-term relationship with the Libyan army. Meanwhile, Russian Ambassador Vitaly Churkin to the United Nations Security Council called for rapid termination requirement prohibits the establishment of no-fly zone in the territory of Libya. Russia hopes the request will be passed in "a few days."
Earlier, the Security Council of the United Nations voted in 1973 passed a resolution to permit the application of "all necessary measures", including establishing a no-fly zone over Libyan airspace for the purpose " protection of innocent civilians. " The operation led military deployed today 19 / 3, then handed the command to NATO on 31 / 3.
In a separate incident, the bodies leader Gaddafi with his son and an aide had been buried at a secret location in the Libyan desert afternoon in Vietnam now. NTC said the location kept secret to avoid burying the temple backing ousted leader and cause unnecessary clashes.


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