Libya Considers Proposals Regarding Ukrainian Armament Deliveries

Other News Materials 6 November 2008 16:30 (UTC +04:00)

Libya considers the proposals regarding armament deliveries from Ukraine, Libyan Leader Muammar al-Qaddafi, said at the press-conference in Kiev on 6 November, the UNIAN reported.

Answering to journalists' questions on whether the sides agreed to sale Ukrainian armament to Libya, Qaddafi noted that the cooperation in this sphere had been achieved. Tripoli considers the possible cooperation in the military and technical spheres not only with Ukraine, but with other countries, as well.

According to the Libyan Leader, the issue carries defence character. Libya seeks to acquire the samples of the up-to-date armament on available prices. Currently, Tripoli holds talks on the issue with different countries, Qaddafi added.

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