Italia dice que es inevitabile que Qaddafi essera vincite.

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Le ministro de affaires exterior italian, Franco Frattini, dice que ille es convencite que Qaddafi essera vincite. Secundo ille, “nos nos trova in un puncto de non retorno”.

Frattini anque assecurava que le tractato de amicitate signate in 2008 inter Roma e su ex-colonia African “se trova suspendite de facto”.

“Nos nunquam ha vidite un situation in le qual le chef de un regime da le ordine de occider su proprie fratres e sorores”, diceva Frattini, “arrivante mesmo al puncto de pagar mercenarios”.

Con iste parolas, le governamento roman, le associato commercial de Libya le plus grande, mitte distantia inter se e le politicas del governamento de Libya.

Italia dice que es inevitable que Gadafi será vencido.

El ministro de exteriores italiano, Franco Frattini, dice que está convencido que Gadafi sera vencido. Según él, “estamos en un punto de no retorno”.

Frattini también aseguró que el tratado de amistad firmado en 2008 entre Roma y su ex colonia africana “está suspendido de facto”.

“Nunca habíamos visto una situación en la que el jefe de un régimen dé la orden de matar a sus propios hermanos y hermanas”, dijo Frattini, “llegando incluso al punto de pagar a mercenarios”.

Con estas palabras, el gobierno romano, el mayor socio comercial de Libia, se desmarca de las políticas del gobierno de Libia.

Italy says it is inevitable that Qaddafi will be defeated.

Italian Foreign Minister Franco Frattini said he was convinced that Qaddafi will be defeated. According to him, “We are at a point of no return.”

Frattini also gave assurances that the friendship treaty signed in 2008 between Rome and its former African colony “is suspended de facto, as a practical matter.”

“We’ve never seen a situation with the head of a regime giving the order to kill his own brothers and sisters,” said Frattini, “even to the point of paying mercenaries.”

With these words, the Rome government, Libya’s largest trading partner, is distancing itself from the policies of Libya’s government.

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