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    • Lounes Guemache :


      Vendredi 22 Avril 2011 -- La plainte déposée par le CNT libyen contre l’Algérie auprès de la Ligue arabe a été rejetée, a indiqué ce vendredi 22 avril à TSA un haut responsable du ministère algérien des Affaires étrangères. «Cette soi-disant plainte qui n'est qu'un assortiment de commérages collectés sur des sites internet hostiles a l'Algérie, a été rejetée, tant sur le plan du fond que celui de la forme. Elle a été déclarée irrecevable par le Secrétaire général de la Ligue arabe au motif que ses inspirateurs ne représentent pas l'État libyen dont la participation aux réunions de la ligue arabe a été, comme chacun le sait, suspendue», affirme notre source.

      La semaine dernière, le CNT, via son ambassadeur, s’est plaint officiellement auprès de la Ligue arabe concernant l’aide de l’Algérie au régime du colonel Mouamar Kadhafi. Le Conseil libyen a demandé à Amr Moussa, secrétaire général de la Ligue arabe, de mener des discussions avec Alger sur ce dossier. Il a également demandé que soit menées des enquêtes sur la violation par l’Algérie de la zone d’exclusion aérienne au‑dessus de la Libye.

      Ce vendredi, Mourad Medelci, ministre des Affaires étrangères, a une nouvelle fois rejeté les accusations de l’opposition libyenne. «Nous avons, au niveau du ministère des Affaires étrangères, apporté les démentis les plus clairs à ces accusations. Au‑delà, nous avons eu à exprimer notre conviction au sujet de ces accusations que nous considérons dilatoires, basées sur des agendas qui n'ont rien à voir avec l'affaire libyenne. Elles sont beaucoup plus anciennes que la crise en Libye, cela est très clair», a‑t‑il dit sur la Chaîne III de la radio nationale.

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                    • April 23, 2011 -- Algeria said on Friday that accusations being circulated that Algeria is supporting Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi were only manoeuvres that were a far cry from the ongoing crisis, Foreign Minister Mourad Medelci told the state radio. "We have previously given the lie to these accusations in a very clear-cut way," he said, adding that he believed these accusations are manoeuvres that aimed "to buy time and were based on agendas that have no connection with the Libyan cause." Libyan's rebels have accused Algeria of continuing support to embattled Gaddafi and his regime. Libya's rebel Transitional National Council has claimed to have captured Algerian "mercenaries" on the battlefield, charges that are strongly denied by Algeria.

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                      • April 23, 2011 -- Algerian Foreign Minister Mourad Medelci Friday warned that the flow of weapons to Libya can encourage terrorist activities in the region which would have disastrous consequences on all neighboring countries, Xinhua reported. "What is happening in Libya can encourage terrorism everywhere, including on our territory," Medelci told Algerian state radio."We have handled the Libyan crisis taking into consideration the quality of our relations with this country, which is important for us, and at the same time the security risks, as preventing terrorist threat is among the main concerns of Algeria, not only on its territory but also on neighboring territories," Medelci said. Medelci reiterated Algeria's position for a political solution to end the crisis in Libya. "The political solution is that endorsed by the African Union and supported by Algeria," he said. Medelci underlined that Algeria "supports the political solution on which a broad consensus has been reached," adding that this solution must be preceded by a ceasefire and the setting up of ceasefire monitoring mechanism. The local Algerian Echorouk newspaper, in its Tuesday issue, reported that "the security chaos in Libya, since the start of fights between rebels and pro-Gaddafi forces on February 17, lead to stealing arms from arsenals, and for now about 20 million pieces of weapons are in the hands of rebels and extremist groups." Algeria has warned several times that the alarming proliferation of weapons in Libya would lead to an escalation of terrorist attacks in the region.

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