A Canadian Navy ship patrolling the central Mediterranean under NATO's arms embargo operation tracks down and hails a suspicious vessel.
The ship's boarding team find dozens of rebels transporting arms from Benghazi to Misrata. NATO's highest command decides to allow the vessel to proceed, as the arms had not come from outside Libya and were intended to defend civilians in Misrata. The captain and crew are happy with the outcome as it proves the naval patrols are working.
Thursday, May 26, 2011
Libya Arms Embargo: Boarding a suspicious vessel
Posted by The Brat at 6:55 AM
Labels: HMS Charlottetown in Libya
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