Libya: African leaders set for key visit
10-Apr-2011 (one comment)

A team of African leaders, headed by South African President Jacob Zuma, is heading for Libya this weekend on a key diplomatic mission.

The five heads will visit both Tripoli and the rebel-held city of Benghazi to push for a truce between the forces of Col Muammar Gaddafi and the opposition.

The EU is pressing for a humanitarian mission to be allowed into the city of Misrata, which has seen heavy fighting.

Clashes are continuing between the two sides near Ajdabiya in the east.

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Classic Tactic

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You Bet ... Let Gaddafi Win a Major Battle and then start the Cease Fire Talks ... Classic Tactic ... 

In addition the South African President is one of those "Third World" Champions of "Anti Western Colonialism" ... He is No Mandela ...       


"A team of African leaders headed by South African President Jacob Zuma is expected in Tripoli and Benghazi later to hold separate talks with Col Gaddafi and rebel leaders."