Friday, September 14, 2012
Condemned U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton attack that killed the U.S. ambassador to Libya and said it was the work of “a small group and barbaric” but US-Libyan relations will not be affected.
Clinton said, “I ask myself .. How could this happen? How can this happen in a country we helped him break free .. In the city helped us to save it from destruction? “She said, adding that” this question simply reflects the complexity and sometimes confusion over which would be the world. ” She told reporters, “but it must be a clear vision even in our grief. This was the work of a small group and barbaric and not the work of the people of Libya or its government. ”
She said the freedom and stability of Libya ordered to serve U.S. interests and will not be relations between the two countries a “victim” of the attack.
And condemned U.S. President Barack Obama strongly “outrageous attack” that killed the U.S. ambassador to Libya and three other Americans in the U.S. embassy in the city of Benghazi and ordered to tighten security at diplomatic missions around the world.
Obama said in a statement after the murder of the U.S. ambassador and staff in a rocket attack on their vehicle in Benghazi “I have asked my department to provide all the necessary resources to enhance the security of our staff in Libya and tighten security at diplomatic missions around the world.”