Libya group says Gaddafi must go; rebel funds needed

By REUTERS
April 13, 2011 17:30

 
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DOHA - Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi must leave soon and rebels fighting against him should receive material support, foreign ministers said at a meeting to discuss Libya's future on Wednesday.

"Participants remained united and firm in their resolve," they said in a final statement obtained by Reuters. "Gaddafi and his regime has lost all legitimacy and he must leave power allowing the Libyan people to determine their own future."

"Participants agreed that a Temporary Financial Mechanism could provide a method for the INC (interim national council) and international community to manage revenue to assist with short term financial requirements and structural needs in Libya."

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