Tuesday, August 27, 2013 19:51
Libyan Prime Minister threatened to use force against a group of guards oil installations protesters who impede the work. Libya warned of attempts to export Libyan oil illegally threatened to attack and destroy any oil tanker transporting Libyan oil illegally.
The warning came after the Libyan forces fire on an oil tanker flying the flag of Liberia, near the port of lotus which is the largest port for the export of Libyan oil. The Libyan armed forces have stepped up patrols of the Coast Guard, and charged warplanes bombed any unidentified vessel approaching from the Libyan beaches in an attempt to stop the smuggling of Libyan oil. The Reuters news agency quoted Abdul Razzaq Cbahi spokesman for the Defense Ministry as saying “I put three air bases in a high degree of preparedness to hit and destroy … Any oil tanker not have contractual agreements with the national oil company. ” The Cbahi explained that the tanker flying the flag of Liberia sought to load crude oil when gunmen protesters were blocking the main oil export ports in the country and trying to sell it illegally.
The port of lotus in the east of the country, and a number of other ports, closed in late July after protests by workers and security guards were demanding بمستحقاتهم and their salaries in arrears. The Libyan Prime Minister Ali Zaidan threatened to use force against a group of guards oil installations protesters who impede the work weeks ago in these harbors, and accused them of seeking to be traded oil. The oil minister said Abdul Bari Arousi that “these disturbances have affected the economy,” adding that since “July 25 lost Libya billion and six hundred thousand dollars.” (It is possible to derive from oil export revenues).