Libya gets no 2012 Olympic tickets at moment
The International Olympic Committee said on Wednesday that no tickets will be given to Libya's Olympic Committee for the 2012 London Games until it is "absolutely certain" they end up in the right hands, XInhua reported.
"To be absolutely clear, no tickets have been printed or paid for," the IOC said in a statement. "The IOC decided along with LOCOG that no tickets will be handed over to the Libyan National Olympic Committee until the current situation becomes clearer.
"Quite sensibly we will retain this 'wait and see' policy until we can be absolutely certain that the tickets can be used correctly. The IOC will of course continue to insist on the point that the athletes from whatever country are independent of government and should have a right to compete."