Plane lands in Egypt, said to carry Gaddafi message

CAIRO - A Libyan plane carrying the head of the Libyan Authority for Supply and Logistics and who is carrying a message from Muammar Gaddafi landed in Cairo airport, Egyptian airport officials said on Wednesday.
Major-General Abdel Rahman Ben Ali al-Sayyid al-Zawy, was on board the plane that came from Tripoli, one official said.
Airport officials, citing a Libyan diplomat who met the general, told Reuters that he was carrying a message from Gaddafi to the military council running Egypt. No one at Egypt's military council was immediately available to comment.
The cabinet adjourned its meeting for an emergency session with the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces, a cabinet source said, without providing further details.