Sunday, June 12, 2011

Hague says the Gadhafi regime weakens

.- The British Foreign Minister, William Hague, said today that the NATO campaign in Libya is constantly weakening the regime of Moammar Gadhafi, but vainly sought his ouster. "Time is on our side, not yours. The position of the Gadhafi regime is weakening all the time," said Foreign Secretary to the Sky News television.

Hague said that government troops "have lost major battles," but considered that the international community "must be patient and persistent to achieve success, and remember that time pressure is on the Gadhafi regime." Asked for their preferences on the future of the Libyan leader, when the interviewer gave him the choice between the options of death, exile or surrender, Hague said: "I would like to see him clearly accountable to the International Criminal Court." "But if you escape to a country not party to the ICC, we do not prevent," the British minister.

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