Saturday, March 5, 2011

UK intercepted a boat with a Libyan money millionaire

A ship with Libyan bank notes worth 117 million euros to Libya was intercepted last Wednesday in British waters and escorted to a British port, it was announced on Friday the British Home Office. "The boat was escorted to the port of Harwich [southeast of England] by the ship HMS Vigilant," said a ministry spokesman said.

"Several containers were unloaded from the boat have been seized." "The spacecraft contained a significant amount of Libyan foreign exchange, which is under UN sanctions," the ministry said. Asked about various information miilones speaking of 117 euros, the spokesman said: "It is true." The boat was intercepted by the British authorities and taken to UK waters after failing in his attempt to enter the port of Tripoli during the weekend.

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