Friday, October 13, 2017

NATO Chief Warns Russia Over Libya

Stoltenberg
Libya Herald
Jens Stoltenberg. We may fondly recall Jens as the man at the helm in Norway at the time of the Brevik incident?  Shortly thereafter he became the head of NATO- Rewarded? I think so. 
Paying attention to Syria has made me realize just how entrenched the PKK is in Norway- And what a pivotal role Norway has played in this entire Syrian destabilization. (Alongside their role in encircling Russia)Including this passage to and fro of terrorists-

Keeping that in mind let’s read what Mr. Stoltenberg, as head of NATO, has to say about Libya and Russia
"Russia should avoid intervening in Libya in the same way that it has in Syria", NATO secretary-general Jens Stoltenberg has warned.
Asked by a reporter after a NATO meeting in Bucharest if Russia might be seeking a second Mediterranean naval base as the price for its apparent support for Khalifa Hafter,  Stoltenberg said: “We have seen the effects of Russian presence in Syria, how that has created an even more difficult situation in Syria, and of course we have to avoid anything similar happening in Libya”.
What does Stoltenberg mean when he says:"We have seen the effects of Russian presence in Syria, how that has created an even more difficult situation in Syria, and of course we have to avoid anything similar happening in Libya”
He called on all actors, including Russia to get behind UN-led peace efforts and the UN-recognised Presidency Council (PC) to ensure that there was a peaceful solution to the conflict.

Stoltenberg said he had met PC head Faiez Serraj many times, most recently during the UN General Assembly in New York where they had discussed NATO’s support. Libya needed to build strong defence and security institutions with well-trained forces. Stoltenberg said the country should not end up with new militia groups undermining its stability.


“So we are planning to help them with building a modern ministry of defence” he said.
I'll bet NATO is helping Libya build a "modern ministry of defence"




 Flashback: Kurdish Mullah who started Ansar al Islam

He completed a master’s degree in Islamic studies in Pakistan and moved to Norway in 1991, where he established the Salafist jihadi group Ansar al-Islam in 1994.
We all know how brutal the salafists have been in Syria- 


Flashback 2014: NATO False Flag: Norway  mercs in Syria? Think- Arctic Resources & Circling Russia!

5 comments:

  1. nato proxy is losing the battle in Libya and the pro Russian friendly former Gen is winning. I wouldn't be surprised that by the end of 2018 another Kaddafi is running the nation.

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    1. Hey jo- thanks for stopping by!
      How's it all going?
      Safe from the wildfires?
      I see they were in the vicinity of wine country known as Sonoma, but, I know that isn't the only wine growing region California has!

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    2. I'm safe but one of my blogger friend might have to leave home way up the coast. The fires are unreal loss of lives and property is going be great. Sad.

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  2. East Libya strongman visits Russian aircraft carrier in Mediterranean

    https://theaviationist.com/2017/01/20/all-we-know-about-the-u-s-b-2-bombers-30-hour-round-trip-mission-to-pound-daesh-in-libya/

    repeating the message

    Retruning the favor
    “On January 30, six Tu-22M3 long-range bombers of the Russian Aerospace Forces took off from an airfield located in the territory of the Russian Federation, flew over territories of Iraq and Iran, and carried out an airstrike on ISIS terrorists’ targets in the Deir ez-Zor province of the Syrian Arab Republic,” the Defense Ministry said in a statement.
    https://www.rt.com/news/375709-russian-bombers-isis-syria/

    Niger, Algeria
    https://www.salon.com/2017/10/11/trumps-benghazi-ambush-of-u-s-soldiers-in-niger-goes-unnoticed/
    http://www.cnn.com/2017/07/21/africa/niger-agadez-smuggling-us-drone-base/index.html
    http://www.cnn.com/videos/world/2017/07/21/niger-drones-damon-pkg.cnn

    Remember when
    https://sputniknews.com/military/201507211024876324/

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  3. anonymous- those are some interesting links you have left
    the news from Niger certainly flew under my radar

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