David Cameron: Gaddafi must stop fighting unconditionally

By JPOST.COM STAFF
August 22, 2011 13:57

 
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David Cameron delivered a statement on Monday saying, "Kaddafi must stop fighting, without conditions – and clearly show that he has given up any claim to control Libya. As for his future, that should be a decision for Chairman Jalil and the new Libyan authorities.




"The situation in Tripoli is clearly very fluid today and there can be no complacency.




"Our task now is to do all we can to support the will of the Libyan people, which is for an effective transition to a free, democratic and inclusive Libya.




"This will be a Libyan-led and Libyan-owned process with broad international support co-ordinated by the UN – and I am in close contact with partners from NATO, the Arab League and with Chairman Jalil himself. Clearly the immediate priority today is to establish security in Tripoli."


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