Anti-Gaddafi Forces gaining ground at vital oil town Brega: British Communications and Italian Arms
April 4, 2011, Brega, Libya: pushed rebel fighters in the oil city won on Monday the seizure of half of Brega and are committed to expel the forces of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, in hours in advance, opening up sales OPPOSITION heavy oil.
Brega refinery small Mediterranean port control could significantly boost the hunt for rebels in revenue can be used to buy heavy weapons in the fight against better-equipped troops and militiamen of Gaddafi.
Opposition lightly armed and poorly organized and it became part of the play several times in recent weeks Brega in their strongholds in eastern Libya, Gaddafi can not be used to drive the rebels loyal to the inability to keep the area. These days, the opposition has been placed at the forefront of military personnel under the supervision of men to create a more disciplined troops committed in advance against Gaddafi.
"We are now better organized and played a big role," said Salam Idrisi, 42, a rebel fighter.
The opposition filed under artillery fire during the day and took to the streets of New Brega, a mostly residential section separated oil facilities in the city for a road section and a university campus, where the rebels Gaddafi fighters fought closely.
"New Brega is under the control of our forces and we sweep around the university," said Lieutenant-Muftah Omar Hamza, a former member of the Air Force in Libya, which had a satellite phone and a GPS around neck.
The rebels also succeeded on Monday in their efforts to establish an internationally recognized government in eastern Libya, to strengthen their ties with Britain and Italy, two potentially important markets for Libyan oil.
Italy has offered diplomatic recognition to the Libyan opposition in the next 3 March is when France and Qatar. Italian foreign minister also said the energy company Eni CEO has become the de facto capital of the rebellious city of Benghazi, which aims to continue its relationship with the oil.
Eni oil facilities in eastern Libya and the country became the largest exporter of oil producer gas first and most important before the uprising against Gaddafi to divide the country.
Sahnoun Rajab, a senior Gulf Oil Co., which operates an oil terminal in the eastern city of Tobruk, said the company was waiting for a tank of Liberia, but did not know when this happens. He did not say where oil is headed.
In Benghazi, opposition spokesman Iman Bughaigis refused to provide information on the future of oil in Libya.
Bughaigis told a small group of regime forces attacked the oil field to the rebels in the south of Libya MISL. She said she could not say whether the attack took place the morning of Sunday night or Monday, but added that only a small tank of diesel fuel were damaged. No information provided.
Britain has announced that offers communication, Libya, the rebels say it drops. He denied that the change is designed to help the troops to wage attacks against Gaddafi. Italy also promised to send arms supply.
The U.S. military, which initially led the air campaign approved by the UN against Libya, withdrew its warplanes missions first line and move to a supporting role in the conflict, officials said.
Under the leadership of NATO, Britain, France and other allies now fighters to intercept and ground attack missions, which imposes a no-fly zone in the country in North Africa they said.
Among the riots in the Arab world, inspired by such as Tunisia and Egypt, riots in Libya, which began Feb. 15, are the strongest.
The rebels and forces loyal to Gaddafi, the leader, 42, reached an impasse, where several towns along a stretch of Mediterranean coastline, passing back and forth several times between the parties. While government forces are more powerful and the rich were able to win the decisive force poor and ill-organized rebels, backed by international air strikes have been kept in check Gaddafi loyalists.
A Jordanian military plane landed at Benghazi on Monday of medical supplies. Colonel Abu Aqaba Jordanian Abu windi who arrived on the plane, said there are seven and a half tons of medical supplies to help the Libyan people and promised: "This plane is just the beginning."
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