They travel to the North African country six months after the start of the military intervention. Sarkozy denies having secret agreements to distribute the oil. French President, Nicolas Sarkozy, and British Prime Minister David Cameron on Thursday have visited Tripoli. In the capital of Libya, both Presidents have expressed their support to the highest rebel authority. France and England are the main stimulators of intervention of NATO in the country. The trip has been organized in the utmost secrecy for security reasons. In the first visit of js of Government to the country since the change of course of the civil war between rebels and supporters of the dictator Muammar al-Gaddafi, both leaders have received the praises of the National Transitional Council (CNT) for its involvement in the conflict.
Move forward so to Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, on a tour of the Arab world and that planned to visit Libya in the coming days. Western leaders have denied that there are secret agreements to distribute the abundant oil that the North African country, is available in rrencia to a pact between Paris and Benghazi for the exploitation of 35% of the Libyan crude oil. The intervention, according to the President of the CNT, Mustafa Abdulyalil, responds only to humanitarian reasons. Satisfaction with the rapid progress notwithstanding, beyond show the satisfaction by the triumph of the revolution and the rapid progress made by the Libyan authorities, both the CNT and both European leaders insisted that still much to be done. Muammar al-Gaddafi, who remains unaccounted for, has being arrested has said Sarkozy who tucked in the rebel political leadership press conference alongside Cameron.
Cameron has acknowledged that it still is far from having completed work on the combat with the forces gadafistas who still resist and showed willingness to continue helping the CNT in search of Gaddafi. Members of the CNT also have thanked France its commitment to the reconstruction of schools and in surveillance of the southern borders of the country and to the United Kingdom release of around 600 million pounds (684 million euros) in confiscated Libyan assets. At the press conference, that except for reminders that the conflict continues and that Qaddafi still unaccounted seemed to treat the official announcement of the definitive victory, Sarkozy has stressed that he hopes that Syria can also be a country free someday, without having to go through which has passed the Libyan people. Sarkozy has stressed that it is important that all dictators of the world understand that there will be one place in the world of the 21st century in which to enjoy impunity. On the other hand, the British delegation sources assured a group of journalists that in addition to the release of the frozen funds and support in the reconstruction of the country, London is working on a draft for a new international resolution on Libya. This includes the establishment of a UN Mission in Tripoli, the removal of the arms embargo, the creation of a body to manage the process of release of funds and the lifting of the ban to fly civil aircraft. Source of the news: Nicolas Sarkozy and David Cameron supporting the rebels with a visit surprise to Libya