Libya statement

Joe Hogan, ABB CEO said today:

“ABB is deeply concerned at the disappearance of the company’s Libya country manager Max Göldi. ABB is very disturbed that it has not heard from Mr Göldi or received any sign of life for five weeks. His whereabouts, following his detention on September 18, 2009 are also unknown. He has now been unable to leave Libya for 15 months. ABB urges the Libyan and Swiss governments to continue their efforts to bring this deeply worrying situation to a successful humanitarian conclusion as a matter of urgency. ABB appeals to the international community to support this effort actively. We continue to work to seek a solution, and to support Max Göldi’s family. We are very grateful for all the efforts that are being made by the Swiss government and other parties to seek a solution.”
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