Monday, May 30, 2011

The Gaddafi's reign of terror is coming to an end, according to NATO

The military campaign in Libya NATO is achieving its objectives and purpose of the Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi is close, as has assured the secretary general of NATO, Anders Fogh Rasmussen. NATO planes have increased attacks complex of Bab al-Gaddafi Aziziyah located in the center of the city. Britain announced yesterday that his troops will start using bombs "bunker buster" in Libya, the Libyan leader to understand that it is time to say goodbye.

"Our operation in Libya is achieving its objectives. We are seriously hitting Gaddafi and his ability to kill his own people," Rasmussen said during a NATO meeting in Varna (Bulgaria). "The reign of terror Qaddafi is coming to an end. It is increasingly isolated both within and outside the country.

Even his closest friends are leaving, abandoning or deserting," said the secretary general of NATO. "We will continue pressuring the leader until the attacks against civilians end up completely, until the regime to withdraw its troops," he said. The Atlantic Alliance has continued with the attacks, in particular, Zliten City, 40 kilometers from the rebel Mirat.

Libyan state television reported, had died in the bombing 11 people.

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