Italian FM: End of Gaddafi rule is 'inevitable'

By REUTERS
February 27, 2011 15:22

 
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ROME - The end of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi's rule was "inevitable", the foreign minister of Italy, his closest European ally, said on Sunday.

Foreign Minister Franco Frattini also said a friendship and cooperation treaty between Libya and Italy was "de facto suspended."

"We have reached, I believe, a point of no return," Frattini told Sky Italia television. Asked whether Gaddafi should leave power, he said: "It is inevitable for this to happen."

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