Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Gaddafi, willing to negotiate a solution, as the South African press

Johannesburg. .- The Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi on Monday showed their willingness to negotiate a solution to the conflict Libya, according to South African press on Tuesday, after talks with South African President Jacob Zuma, in Tripoli. Besieged by NATO bombing and beset by defections of its employees, Muammar Gaddafi, who is facing a civil war since the popular uprisings of the mid-February, yesterday showed its willingness to negotiate a solution to the civil war in the country for three months.

The offer of the Libyan leader was transferred to the press late last night in Tripoli by President of South Africa, Jacob Zuma, according to local media list the South Africans. In a brief interview with Libyan media and public television in South Africa, Zuma said that Gaddafi "is prepared to declare a truce to end fighting in their country." The South African president said the Libyan leader has accepted the roadmap of the African Union, which provides for a cessation of hostilities, including the NATO bombing, to open a negotiation process that lays the groundwork for a new political landscape in the North African country.

Jacob Zuma, who arrived in Tripoli yesterday as a committee member of the senior African Union in Libya, said Gadhafi wants "all Libyans have the opportunity to talk to each other" and decide their future, as recorded by the South African Web News 24. Speaking to the South African public broadcaster, SABC, Zuma president lamented that the NATO bombings, which have been particularly severe in the last few hours, have prevented the normal development of his talks with Qaddafi.

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