WASHINGTON, Dec. 7 .- The U.S. government congratulated his counterpart in Mexico to prevent illegal entry of Saadi Gadhafi, son of former leader Moammar Gadhafi Libya, killed after a popular revolt that overthrew him.
The State Department spokesman, Mark Toner, as a “good job” performance of the Mexican authorities thwarted the entry of Saadi Gadhafi and his family to the country.
“It was a case of national security of Mexico,” said the spokesman of the “Host Operation” displayed by Mexican intelligence after themselves known, in September, the red piece of the International Police (Interpol) to arrest of son Gadhafi.
He stressed that the Mexican authorities made several arrests of people involved in falsifying documents and human trafficking would support the plot to enter the third son of the late former leader of Libya.
In Mexico, the head of the Ministry of Interior of Mexico, Alejandro Poire, and the federal government spokeswoman, Alejandra Sota, told a news conference on the dismantling of the plan and said they achieved two objectives.
On the one hand, prevent the entry of Saadi Gaddafi and his family, and secondly, the capture and dismantle the criminal network that will face justice for alleged crimes related to the use of false documents
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