Libya's US ambassador resigns amid unrest

February 22, 2011 15:53

Libya's ambassador to the United States Ali Aujali resigned from his position on Tuesday and said that he no longer represents his country's "dictatorship regime," Reuters reported.

Aujali called on Muammar Gaddafi to depart during an interview on ABC television's "Good Morning America."

"I resign from serving the current dictatorship regime. But I will never resign from serving our people until their voices reach the whole world, until their goals are achieved," Aujali said.

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