Libya – Negotiations between the Syrian and Libyan-sponsored by Turkey, led by Abdelhakim Belhadj for the supply of arms


Libya – Negotiations between the Syrian and Libyan-sponsored by Turkey, led by Abdelhakim Belhadj for the supply of arms

Posted on 27/11/2011 at 12:25

Source: ALGERIA ISP
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ALGERIA ISP / Alwatan According Libya (Pro NTC), a reliable source confirmed that there were negotiations under the auspices of Turkey between the Syrian and Libyan officials, led by Abdelhakim Belhadj for the delivery of weapons to the rebels of Syria and to help them overthrow the regime of Bashar al-Assad.

On the other hand, the newspaper “Telegraph”, the rebels announced that Syria had held secret talks with the Libyan authorities new, to secure the shipment of arms and money to counter the regime of President Bashar al-Assad .

The newspaper adds: At the meeting, held in Istanbul, the Syrians have sought assistance to Libyan officials, who will provide them with weapons and volunteers.

The paper quoted a Libyan source, “there are plans to send arms and perhaps fighters from Libya to Syria .. there is a military way .. In a few weeks we will see that.”

http://www.algeria-isp.com/actualites/politique-libye/201111-A7310/libye-les-negociations-entre-les-responsables-syriens-libyens-parrainees-par-turquie-dirigees-par-abdelhakim-belhadj-pour-livraison-armes.html

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