Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Gaddafi said that he remained in Tripoli and will not leave the country

The last hours of the regime of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi lengthen, while the information is still very confusing. As the attacks intensify in the vicinity of the complex of Bab al-Qaddafi in Aziziya and the rebels appear to have entered the complex, Gaddafi and his son both have claimed Tuesday that Libyan leader is in the capital and has no intention of leaving the country.

Still unaccounted Gaddafi, and among the options being considered is that of who is in the bunker underneath the residence. Saif al Islam, asked his father, has said that it is "safe" and "Tripoli, of course." Himself Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi said on Tuesday it is in Tripoli and has no intention of leaving the country during a telephone conversation with President of the International Chess Federation (FIDE) Kirsan Ilyumzhinov.

According to the version that the Russian official has provided the agency Interfax, the words of the Libyan colonel were "I am safe and sound. I am in Tripoli and I have no intention to leave Libya. Do not believe false information of Western television." Ilyumzhinov stated that, with the dictator, is one of his sons, Mohamed, who yesterday would have been outwit the rebel forces who apparently had captured.

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