Monday, June 6, 2011

NATO announces the end of the Gadhafi regime

The NATO Secretary General, Anders Fogh Rasmussen expressed his confidence that the regime of Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi has been weakened by the international military intervention and is nearing its end. "Gadhafi has lost control of much of the country. Every day their loved ones are leaving and its regime is increasingly isolated both at home and abroad ', said at a news conference.

Thus, Rasmussen wants the defense ministers of NATO, which will meet on Wednesday and Thursday in Brussels, starting to 'discuss how to prepare for the day after Gadhafi go. " 'This day is coming. Is part of the past Gadhafi of Libya. The future belongs to the Libyan people, "said the secretary general of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).

Ally leader recalled that in about two months that the operation 'Unified protector "of NATO troops have destroyed 800 thousand military targets, including hundreds of command and control centers, 700 ammunition depots and about 500 tanks , armored personnel carriers and rocket launchers.

'Our operation is paving the way for a political solution to the Libyan people to build their future, "he said. According to Rasmussen, NATO can help the North African country to acquire 'modern security forces and democratic' after Gadhafi is out of power. 'Many allied countries have met those reforms two decades ago.

NATO is ready to contribute if they request it. The debate will not be completed this week, but we must start now because Gadhafi no longer goes from strength to strength, "he said. The general secretary also wants to tap the appointment this week to ask allies to contribute to the mission, more recently extended by three months until the end of September.

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