Libya: Kusa not on sanctions list – Jaber under house arrest

Major General Abu-Bakr Younis Jaber, Chief of General Staff, Libya

Major General Abu-Bakr Younis Jaber, Chief of General Staff, Libya

Musa Kusa, the Libyan foreign minister

Musa Kusa, the Libyan foreign minister

Major General Abu-Bakr Younis Jaber, Chief of General Staff, Libya, said to be placed under house arrest by Col. Qaddafi. al-Mujabra tribe has a strong presence south-west of Tripoli near the Al Jabal Al Gharbi district. Major General Abu Bark Younis Jaber, Libyan head of the army, is a prominent member of this tribe.

Musa Kusa, the Libyan foreign minister is not on the United Nations sanctions list, a notable omission.
At present Kusa is the West’s main contact point with the regime, which probably explains why he is not included in the UN’s travel ban.

British Foreign Secretary William Hague said February 27 that he had been in touch with Kusa by phone.

“I called the Libyan Foreign Minister last night because you still have to communicate to them directly,”

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One Response to Libya: Kusa not on sanctions list – Jaber under house arrest

  1. Mr Mouusa Koussa (French translitertaion of Mussa Kussa), who has Libyan ambassador to the UK was expelled for conducting a murder campaign agiinst Libyan citizens living in this country was interrogated by Brugui (e grave) re the French examining magistrate over his part in the destruction of UT-772 on 19/9/1989, but eventually charges wee never brought, though 6 other Libyans were sentenced to life imprisonmnet by the Paris courts

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