The South African President extends his services.
Jacob Zuma, the South African President reached Tripoli on Monday. He is a man with a mission, which is to put an end to the conflict between pro-Qaddafi forces and rebel militias. This is so humanitarian aid can reach Libya. His party, the ANC, condemned NATO’s bombing of the Libyan capital.
Zuma dismissed any rumors regarding his role in providing an exit strategy for the Libyan leader, Muammar Qaddafi. Meanwhile the Libyan foreign minister, Khaled Kaaim, has rejected any ultimatums from the G8 nations saying,”The G8 is an economic summit. We are not concerned with its decisions.”