Thursday, March 31, 2011

Libya, they are discussing whether to arm the ribelliMigranti, EU against Italy: "Already 80 million data"

While the forces of Muammar Gaddafi recapture the strategic oil terminal of Ras Lanuf, halfway between Tripoli and Benghazi, and the rebels took refuge in Brega, turns on the debate within the coalition on the assumption of supplying arms to insurgents, and exacerbates the conflict between Italy and the European Union on emergency immigrants.

Britain and France are pushing for arming the rebels. British Prime Minister David Cameron said that "if a decision has not yet been taken", the United Kingdom "does not exclude" the solution. Barack Obama even prevent it. Rome appears skeptical that the Ministry considers arming insurgents "and not 'at all said to be the ideal solution" and calls to "use the tools already available." Has expressed strong opposition from Russia as well as from Belgium, Denmark and Norway, which are also part of the multinational coalition.

The Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov reiterated that Moscow that the operation has given his consent "provides for the defense and the arming of civilians" in the Mediterranean country. The Chinese premier Hu Jintao today expressed Allied raid on explaining that "violate the original intent" of the resolution of the Security Council of the United Nations.

A specific question of small arms has also arrived from the transitional national council, which has also asked the coalition to carry out air strikes on Ras Lanuf. The anti-Gaddafi fighters heavily bombed, have left the oil terminal, and have pulled a hundred miles to the east, towards Benghazi.

A few pockets of resistance are still committed loyalist troops on the outskirts of the nearby bin Jawad, now go away but hope to point to Sirte, the hometown of colonel. While Paris's Foreign Minister, Alain Juppe, said that there are the "first defections" inside the circle of loyalists Gaddafi.

Meanwhile, immigration continues on emergency confrontation between the Italian government and the European Union. "Europe," said the foreign minister, Franco Frattini, is inert "because not enough money to meet aside by the emergence of the landings in Lampedusa, but it is necessary" political intervention "by EU to tackle the issue "in terms of solidarity between European countries." Secca The EU response: the responsibility of immigrants arriving in Italy from Tunisia "with the Italian authorities," the spokesman said Matthew Newman, remembering that there are around 80 million euro that the EU has allocated to ' Italy to support the management of migration flows in the period 2010-2011.

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