This was stated by the South African President after meeting with the Libyan leader in Tripoli. State television offered images of the dictator getting to Jacob Zuma. The Colonel is not ceased view from May 11. Besieged by the NATO bombing, and daunted by the defections of its collaborators, the Libyan leader, Muammar al-Gaddafi, facing a civil war since mid-February popular uprisings, yesterday showed willingness to negotiate a solution to the conflict within the framework of the plan proposed by the African Union (AU). The President of South Africa, Jacob Zuma, and the Libyan President Muamar Gadafi, would have agreed to a ceasefire, although this would have refused to give up power, despite the insistence of the international community, according to the BBC. His departure from the meeting that both have remained in Tripoli, Zuma has announced that Gadhafi is willing to accept the proposal of high fire of the African Union (AU), which provides for the cessation of all hostilities, including the NATO bombing. It is not the first time that the Government offers a high unilateral ceasefire, which has been repeatedly rejected by the rebels, who only have the objective in the Gaddafi regime to give way to a democratic transition. The month of April, Zuma headed the AU delegation to Libya with Gaddafi negotiated a cease fire.
However, shortly after loyalist forces resumed attacks. The visit of the President of South Africa to Tripoli was the reappearance in public of the Libyan leader, for the first time since last May 11, when he met with Libyan tribal leaders. Gaddafi appears in the images, broadcast by State television, waving the South African President and several senior government posts in this country, before walking down a hallway. Subsequently, Qadhafi and the South African delegation appear seated at a few white armchairs in a large room. State television has not clarified where exactly were. Source of the news: Gaddafi reappears in public and ensures that you are willing to negotiate a cease-fire