Libyan authorities have promised the United State government that it will do what ever it takes to bring the killers of the US ambassador and three other personnel to justice.
The announcement was made by the head of the national assembly, Mohammed
Magarief, on Wednesday
"We confirm that no one will escape from punishment and questioning,"
Magarief told a news conference broadcast live on Al Jazeera television.
Magarief also apologised to the United States for the attack on its consulate in Benghazi in which the diplomats were killed.
He further promised that all foreigners in Libya would be protected.
"Diplomatic missions, foreign companies and citizens of foreign
countries in Libya are under the protection the Libyan country and
security forces," he said.
Deputy Interior Minister Wanis al-Sharif earlier accused supporters of
the late Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi of carrying out the attack.