シリア大使館閉鎖を求めたリビアに対する、シリアの反応

(1つ目)リビアで生まれた子の戸籍登録に来たシリア人が、追い返された。

(2つ目)父アサドの顧問だった人の解説。
リビアの暫定評議会は正式な政府でなく、このような決定を下すことはできない。それをしたということは、NATOが暫定評議会にそうさせたということ。リビアはNATO軍の占領下にあり、自分で判断していない。ダマスカスではこのように受け止められている。

それに対するシリアの対応は、一般的には相互主義で対応することになる。



Closure of the Syrian embassy in Tripoli
http://www.aksalser.com/index.php?page=view_news&id=4ea839d111cc31007b49224d3003e573&ar=168663674
Tuesday - October 11 - 2011 - 19:10:21



Future of Libya-Syria relations uncertain
http://www.presstv.ir/detail/204060.html
Tue Oct 11, 2011 7:32PM

Interview with George Jabour, Advisor to Former Syrian President

The National Transitional Council (NTC) in Libya has closed down the Syrian embassy in Tripoli in a clear stance to recognize the Syrian opposition council.

Meanwhile, Syria has warned to take strict measures against governments which recognize the opposition council.

Press TV has interviewed with George Jabour, Advisor to Former Syrian President, to share his opinion on this issue.

Press TV: Are you surprised at this action that has been taken by Libya?

Jabour: No I am not surprised. Nobody is surprised as a matter of fact. The general feeling here in Syria is that Libya is not a free agent. Libya is occupied by NATO forces and of course there were all sorts of rumors that the NATO powers, the Western powers in general would like to repeat in Syria what was the experiment that was taken in Libya, regarding foreign intervention.

Press TV: What kind of reaction then can be expected from Damascus regarding this situation?

Jabour: Well they closed the Syrian embassy in Tripoli. The ordinary measure is to have some sort of reciprocity in this regard.

Press TV: Meaning that you think diplomatic relations will be cut now between Syria and Libya?

Jabour: Perhaps not to cut but then perhaps the level of representation will be less, depends on the exact measures that will be taken by the Transitional Council in Tripoli which is not a government yet, let us observe that regarding the diplomatic representation of Syria in Tripoli.

Press TV: Do you think this move shows that the majority of the Libyan people, do you think they are in favor of their new government or the Transitional government or not because prior to this time Syria and Libya had OK relations. How do you see these turn in events and what exactly does it mean for Libya itself?

Jabour: Well I cannot judge about the state of affairs regarding the state of public opinion in Libya but then I can say simply what the world altogether knows that the Libyans are not free agents with the participation of NATO in the revolution against Gaddafi. The revolution in Libya was welcomed by all but then when the league of Arab states turned to the United Nations and the United Nations turned to NATO in order to support the revolutionaries then the revolution lost some of its flavor, almost all of its flavor.

Press TV: So are you saying that what is happening right now between Syria and Libya, do you think this is at the orders or demands of the West or the NATO forces?

Jabour: Well no question about that. This is very clear. But then this is also sad for the two people of Syria and Libya. We have many Syrians working in Libya. We have many Libyans living in Damascus. We have almost something like thousands of family relationships, marriages and so far between Syrians and Libyans and this will be sad for them and let us remember again that the Transitional Council in Libya is not the proper legitimate government of Libya yet. So I do not think that essentially in principal, in constitutional law it is authorized to take such a step. But then it has taken it and politics at times is not constitutional. You know that politics is a matter of fact, a matter of order and we believe that the present rulers in Libya, the transitional council have received instructions from the NATO powers to take this step and sad to say this.

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