Spain Pulls Its F-18s Out Of NATO Libya Slaughter

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After Norway which retired from NATO Air Campaign in Libya last 1st of August, Spain is going to withdraw its participation in the ongoing Agression of Libya and its civilian population.

MADRID: Spain will withdraw the four F-18 aircraft deployed as part of its contribution to the NATO operation over Libya now that the governing National Transitional Council (NTC) controls most of the country, Defence Minister Carme Chacon said on Wednesday.

Spain sent the four fighter jets to the Italian air base of Decimomannu on the island of Sardinia in March. The F-18 aircraft will return to Spain on Saturday but will be ready to leave again should there be a need for them to rejoin the NATO effort, Chacon said in a videoconference with troops serving abroad to mark Spain’s National Day. Two refuelling planes, a frigate and a sea patrol plane will remain as part of Spain’s contribution, she said.

a phony explanation…

The decision to withdraw the F-18 planes has been agreed with the leaders of the NATO mission in Libya, and is based on the fact that airports which were closed there are now operational [Sic!] and the number of civilian flights are increasing [reSic!], Chacon said.

(source: Pakistan Daily Times)

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