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The goals of Clinton's visit to Libya

Clinton with Abdul Jalil in Tripoli (European)

Khaled Almher - Libya

Observers are likely to be the talks conducted by the U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clintonwith the leaders of the Transitional National Assembly Libyan surprise trip to Libyayesterday, addressed the core files directly related to U.S. national security, andWashington's policy in the region.

And saw the former Libyan diplomat Kadri Atrash that Clinton's visit comes ahead of theannouncement that full liberalization of the territory of Libya's involvement in coordinatingthe U.S. role in North Africa after the Arab spring.

He said al-Atrash of the island that America will go to provide all kinds of support to Libya, which promised that the U.S. Secretary talked with the President of the TransitionalCouncil Mustafa Abdul Jalil, and the President of the Executive Office of Mahmoud Jibril.

Atrash said he did not want to add a lot of optimism to the visit, and Washington fearedlikely the remnants of what he called "Gaddafi false propaganda" in relation to al Qaeda and the Islamic groups "radical."

U.S. concernsFor his part, considered the political opposition (last) Salem Hassi that Clinton's visit came as close to Libya from entering a new phase.
He said the island revealed that the aim of the visit of U.S. Secretary of State and British Foreign Secretary William Hague to accelerate the formation of a transitional government in Libya, likely raise the issue of the government, "elected" on the table instead of the Executive Office.
Hassi noted that America's obsession now is to ensure no leakage of arms to destinations may work to destabilize the region, adding that the files of reconstruction and investment, oil may have come in the context of the visit.
He Hassi conviction that the push for the formation of a transitional government in Libya was one of the core issues in the visit of U.S. Secretary of State, saying that Washington focuses on the government's ability to stabilize and not on the led, and wishes to deal with people who know their political and intellectual.
The activist Mohammed Boiasir familiar with the issue of relations with the United States saw the continuation of Clinton's visit to Washington's position declared by the Revolution Colonel Muammar Gaddafi.
He said of the island that visit the entrance to the stage after the liberation, he pledged to Hillary Clinton yesterday at the University of Tripoli to support the new power in Libya, and attention to human resources. Boiasir noted that the State Department feared the spread of corruption in Libya similar to what happened in Iraq.
He accused the Libyan activist way, did not identify parties to work to prevent the organization of democratic elections in Libya, adding that some of these parties wish to copy the experiences of Hosni Mubarak in Egypt, Zine El Abidine Ben Ali in Tunisia.

The influence of U.S.
The political analyst Mohamed Mami said that Clinton's visit is primarily the interests of thevisit, despite her support for human rights, and promises of democratic principles andfreedoms.

He said of the island that America's current concern is focused on how to prevent the arrival of arms and rocket-borne thermal shoulders to what it sees as terrorist groups.

He pointed out that Washington's attempt to push Libya toward "democratic model model"embodies the American influence of a new type, called the new Libyan leaders to take into account cultural and religious heritage of Islamic Libya upon the formation of the modern state.

While speaking member of the Transitional Khaled tourists of the island about the importance of the visit, approved by the Interim Council for Misurata Solomon Forte that Washington crossed the Council's concerns with respect to arms, security and democracy in Libya.

Source: Al Jazeera

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