S. Africa's Zuma: Gaddafi 'accepts peace road map'

By REUTERS
April 11, 2011 00:30

 
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TRIPOLI - Muammar Gaddafi has accepted a road map for ending the conflict in Libya, South African President Jacob Zuma said on Sunday after leading a delegation of African leaders at talks in Tripoli.

"I have some commitment which is compelling me to leave now but we have completed our mission with the brother leader (Gaddafi)," Zuma said after several hours of talks with the Libyan leader at his Bab al-Aziziyah compound.

"The brother leader delegation has accepted the road map as presented by us. We have to give ceasefire a chance," he said, adding that the African delegation would now travel to the eastern city of Benghazi for talks with anti-Gaddafi rebels.

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