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Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD)


1999 Libya Special Weapons News



  • Text: U.S. Official Notes "Definite Changes in Libya's Behavior" USIA 30 November 1999 -- "We have seen definite changes in Libya's behavior, specifically in declining support for terrorism and increasing support for peace processes in the Middle East and Africa," Ambassador Ronald Neumann said November 30 at the Middle East Institute.
  • U.S. Policy Toward Libya Ronald Neumann, Deputy Assistant Secretary, Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs, Middle East Institute Washington, DC, November 30, 1999 -- We have argued that Libya's past history of support for terrorism and intervention outside its borders cannot be simply forgotten, and that trust needs to be based on a consistent pattern of altered behavior and concrete actions. Libya continues to pursue programs for the acquisition of WMD and missiles which would threaten U.S. interests, and we continue active efforts to impede them.



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