A conference in London talks about Libya, paving the way for democracy. The leaders of France and Britain urging followers Gadhafis desert.
One day before the international conference in London, Libya, France and Britain called for the followers of Muammar Gaddafi, to break with this. “Gaddafi should go immediately”, said French President Nicolas Sarkozy and British Prime Minister David Cameron. “We call on their followers to fall before it is too late.” Addressed to the opposition, both countries the call to participate in a process of transition.
The international community makes plans for Libya’s Gaddafi. Representatives from 40 countries including USA Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton and his German colleague, Guido Westerwelle (FDP), to search Tuesday in London forms of Libya can be done in a democratic country. In the conference did not want to designate the future government of Libya was highlighted in London.
France and Britain, flying in front of Air Force operations against the North African country, told us not to seek the occupation of Libya. Respecting the unity, sovereignty and independence of Libya. “It’s not for us to choose the future government,” said a spokesman for Prime Minister, David Cameron. This is for the Libyan people. The British Foreign Office said it was working closely with the opposition in Libya. This includes counting the Transitional National Council as a legitimate political party. ”
A peace plan German-Italian is not going to happen. A similar impulse of Italy took place on Monday in Berlin does not consent. Earlier, Italian Foreign Minister Franco Frattini, was paddling back. In a television interview, objected to a proposal that is supported by only two states. Frattini said on Sunday a joint plan still in Italy and Germany, which includes a solution for Gadhafi exile in the conversation.
Until recently it was unclear if representatives of the anti-Gaddafi of Libya will attend the meeting. According to dpa information, although representatives of the opposition in London, but do not constitute an official delegation.
At the meeting, which included the Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and NATO Secretary General, Anders Fogh Rasmussen, and representatives of the Arab League and African Union pay, first go to the march and the leadership of the military operation. For the military operation now, NATO has taken command of U.S. armed forces. In a second part to the political and humanitarian situation in Libya to address.