Latest News / London – Libyan foreign ministers said Libyan Civil war was nearly over and advise Muammar Gaddafi loyalists to stop fighting.
Asked in an interview with UK’s Channel 4 News if the clash was finished, Abdelati Obeidi said, this is Libyan foreign Ministers feeling.
“If I am in charge, I would tell them to lay down their arms,” he said, referring to fighters loyal to Muammar Gaddafi.
Asked if he knew where Gaddafi was, he said: “No. No. No.”
Obeidi was talking via telephone from a house in Tripoli, Channel 4 said.
He said he was not in touch with many other government ministers but did not fear for his safety and hinted he might be able to play some role in the future of Libya. He did not indicate whether he had quit his role in government.
“They (the rebels) have a good idea about me, they know me,” he said. “I am sure they will not harm me or my family. On the contrary, I feel when things are quiet we can speak to each other.” / Reuters