Saudis deny transit to Libyan Rebel Foreign Minister

Saudis deny air transit to Ali al-Issaoui

Saudis deny air transit to Ali al-Issaoui


The acting foreign minister of Libya’s rebel government has canceled a visit to key ally Qatar after failing to get approval from Saudi Arabia to fly over its airspace. Cairo, Egypt, airport officials say Ali al-Issaoui and three other officials from the rebels’ National Transitional Council waited for 20 hours at the airport before flying back to eastern Libya Saturday. Qatar has given the rebels diplomatic recognition and sent warplanes to join the NATO operation in the country. Qatar has also helped rebels controlling oil facilities to sell the crude.

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