(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)
The report intended to evaluate Norway's participation in the Libyan war in 2011 and presented to the public on 13. September, begins by claiming that Muammar al-Gaddafi "hit the ground with air and ground forces". Furthermore, it is said that "the conflict escalated after the insurgents began to organize armed resistance to the regime".
The regime's attack on civilians and the use of bombers, along with African mercenaries who were flown in to Libya, reportedly legitimized a military operation and the decision to create a no-fly zone. This is the opinion of the committee.
In 2016, the British Parliament's Foreign Affairs Committee delivered an investigation report on the Libyan war. According to the report, Gaddafi's regime had not been guilty of attacks on civilians, and Alan J. Kuperman from Foreign Affairs was quoted as saying that there was no cover for it. . .
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