About two weeks ago the former Libyan Foreign Minister Mussa kussa went off to the UK. Now he spoke to the media the first time.
The former Libyan Foreign Minister Mussa kussa has warned against a civil war in his country. Kussa said in his first public statement with the British TV channel BBC, all parties in Libya must prevent a civil war. If not Libya would be a new Somalia.
Kussa further stated that he had no more contact with the regime of Muammar al Gaddafi in Tripoli. The unit of Libya should not be touched. Libya should not be divided in any case in one of Gaddafi and another of the rebel-controlled part. A solution had to be done through a democratic dialogue. The ex-minister urged the United Nations to help the Libyan people with relief supplies.
Mussa kussa is considered one of the most distinguished minds of the Gaddafi regime. He is in London at a hidden place. The interview was held with the British TV channel BBC. His prepared statement was delivered in Arabic. The speech should be a message to the Libyan people.