Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi has warned foreign governments on military intervention in Libya’s conflict, said on Friday satellite channel Al-Arabiya. Such a statement, the Libyan leader made the day before in an interview with Portuguese television channel RTP for a few hours before the UN Security Council resolution to close the airspace over Libya.
“If the world goes crazy, we will not stay in debt. We will resist. We will turn their lives into hell” – said Gaddafi.
On February 15 in Libya continues a popular uprisingagainst al-Gaddafi, ruling the country for over 40 years.Libya has effectively divided the West, controlled by Qadhafi, and the east, which keeps the rebels.
Libyan aviation daily strikes on insurgent location east of the country and for individual rebel cities in the west of Libya.
On Thursday the UN Security Council adopted a resolution calling for the closure of airspace over by Libya to stop aviaobstrelov rebel forces and civilian casualties. The resolution imposes a ban on Libyan aircraft flights, and also provides for possible military action except for the use of ground forces. Many European countries have alreadyexpressed their willingness to give up its military force to enforce Security Council resolutions on Libya. Agencies