Monday, April 11, 2011

Gadhafi agrees ceasefire plan: South African leader

Moammar Gadhafi has agreed a work plan to end the conflict in Libya, said South African President Jacob Zuma, after leading a delegation of African leaders at the negotiations in Tripoli. Zuma, who with four other African heads of state met with Libyan leader for several hours in the resort of Bab al-Aziziyah, also asked the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) to halt air strikes against government targets Libya to "give a chance to cease-fire." None at the talks gave details of what was contained in the roadmap.

Rebels against Gadhafi has said they will accept nothing less than an end to four decades of power Muammar, but Libyan officials say they do not give up. "The proposed solution will be detailed in a statement. In that statement will call on NATO to end its bombardments in order to provide an opportunity for a cease-fire." The African delegation will now travel to the eastern city of Benghazi for talks with the rebels against Gadhafi.

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