Libyan rebel official: Zawiya refinery not badly damaged

By REUTERS
August 23, 2011 21:00

 
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DUBAI - The rebel Libyan ambassador to the United Arab Emirates said on Tuesday that Libya's Zawiya refinery had not been badly damaged in fighting between government and rebel forces and that the UAE and Qatar would be well placed to provide fuel to the country.

Aref Ali Nayed also told a news conference in Dubai that the UAE and Qatar would would play an important role in the reconstruction of Libya.

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