Any state taking part in the international operation in Libya is free to lodge their complaints about the operation’s command to a contact group, French Defense Minister Gerard Longuet said on Thursday.
“If a coalition member feels that the command of the operation does not correspond to its values or the UN resolution, it can address a contact group.
This is a real-time appeal structure. But no such complaints have been received at the moment,” Longuet told a news conference in Paris.
He said that combined forces of the United States, France and Britain make up 80% of all resources engaged in the operation.
The UN Security Council resolution 1973, adopted on March 17, imposed a no-fly zone over Libya and authorized measures to protect civilians from Gaddafi’s forces, but stopped short …