Belarus turns out to have supplied weapons to Gaddafi’s regime.
Libyan rebels allowed journalists to visit the Libyan intelligence office. The building is guarded by armed men, but nobody is responsible for secret services archives.
The headquarters have not been in active use since NATO bombing in May. The archives contain materials related to Libyan state security and show that Gaddafi’s forces did not have a clear understanding of who led the uprising, “Nasha Niva” newspaper reports.
An interesting fact, correspondents of world’s news agencies took a picture a catalogue of Belarusian arms exporting company Beltechexport in the intelligence office.
The company run by Vladimir Peftiev is subject to EU sanctions.