Report: Libyan envoy visits London for secret talks with UK

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March 31, 2011 23:14

 
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A senior aide to Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi's son visited London in recent days for secret talks with British officials, the Guardian reported on Thursday.

The contacts with Saif al-Islam's aide, Mohammed Ismail was just one of several such visits between Libyan officials and the West in the past two weeks, a sign that the regime may be looking for a way to end the conflict in the country, according to the report.

"There has been increasing evidence recently that the sons want a way out," the Guardian quoted a western diplomatic source as saying.

The report quoted a British Foreign Office Spokesman as saying that Ismail was told "[Muammar] Gaddafi has to go and there will be accountability for crimes committed at the international criminal court."

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