Kuwaiti firm sues for compensation in projects carried out in Libya

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 15: A court in Southeast France is looking into a case filed by the Kharafi Group of Kuwait to seize or sell the Airbus A340 owned by Gaddafi which is currently sitting on the outskirts of the airport in Southern France, reports Al- Seyassah daily. The lawsuit was filed after the Group carried out projects in Libya in 2006 and failed to recover the value which forced the company to raise the matter with the Egyptian judiciary in 2013 and obtained a court ruling for $945 million compensation. The Group resorted to seizing or selling the property belonging to Gaddafi or the Libyan government, but the Libyan authorities say the aircraft does not belong to Gaddafi but the Libyan government.

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