The International Criminal Court's (ICC) chief prosecutor has accused embattled Libyan leader Moammar Gaddafi of ordering the mass rape of Libyan women.

Witnesses reported to prosecutor Luis Moreno-Ocampo that Gaddafi forces ordered vast quantities of Viagra- like drugs from Pfizer to enhance the soldier's sex drives.

They were buying containers with products to enhance the possibility to rape, and we are getting the information in detail confirming the policy. We are trying to see who was involved, Moreno-Ocampo told the UN News Center.

Pfizer issued a public statement in response to the ICC's accusations of complicity in one of several charges of crimes against humanity faced by the Libyan leader.

Pfizer is appalled by the allegation in Libya. We condemn any misuse of our medicines. Pfizer stopped shipping all products to Libya in February, when sanctions were implemented by the international community, the company wrote on its Web site.

Our thoughts remain with the people of Libya, and for a peaceful resolution to this conflict.

The accusations will be addressed at the meeting of the International Contact Group for Libya, hosted in the United Arab Emirates.

Iman al-Obeidi, the Libyan woman who announced to international media that she was gang-raped by Gaddafi troops has been relocated to the Romanian UN headquarters, a UNHCR representative in Romania told Al Jazeera on Tuesday.

    Obeidi drew global attention in March, when she ran into the Rixos hotel in Tripoli, where members of the international press were living, screaming that she had been gang-raped by Gaddafi's soldiers at a checkpoint.

    Obeidi has successfully applied for status as a refugee under the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). She is expected to stay in Romania for a maximum of six months.