Sarkozy’s chief-of-staff seeks Takieddine’s validation of letters for Libya
In 2007, during secret negotiations with the Gaddafi regime for the freeing of five Bulgarian nurses and a Palestinian medic jailed in Libya for allegedly conspiring to infect Libyan children with the HIV virus, newly-elected French President Nicolas Sarkozy’s chief-of-staff, Claude Guéant, sought Ziad Takieddine’s corrections and validation of two letters prepared by Guéant and which Takieddine was to pass on to the Libyan dictator’s son, Saif al-Islam Gaddafi.
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