Musa Kusa, Libyan foreign minister, resigns, travels to London

Musa Kusa, Libyan foreign minister,

Musa Kusa, Libyan foreign minister,

Musa Kusa, Libyan foreign minister, has flown to Tunisia and thence to London. After the September 11 attacks in 2001, Kusa became the linchpin in negotiations with Tony Blair’s government that led to Gaddafi coming in from the international cold. He negotiated the conditions of Libya’s $2.7billion compensation payment to families of the Lockerbie victims.
Musa Kusa landed at Farnborough airfield. it is understood that MI6 officers had been in touch with Mr Kusa, pressuring him to defect. The Obama administration has sent teams of CIA operatives into Libya in a rush to gather intelligence on the identity, goals and progress of rebel forces opposed to Libyan leader Moammar Gaddafi,

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