The reports say Ismail is believed to be back in Libya following his talks with British officials. The Foreign Office said April 1 it wouldn’t “do a running commentary on who we are or are not speaking to” but that in any contact “we make it clear that Gadhafi has to go”.
earlier Wikileaks: U.S. representatives stress out the risks involved in keeping Enriched Uranium casks in a Libyan nuclear facility. They push local authorities to provide more protection and a way to secure the casks in Russia.
¶4. (S/NF) We also are seeking a meeting with Saif al-Islam al-Qadhaif’s aide Mohamed Ismail Ahmed to relay the same information, in hopes of ensuring that senior Libyan officials understand the grave security and safety risks posed by the halted shipment.
We have to bear in mind that it is rather unusual that Moussa Koussa was able to leave Libya without being detected. Especially since his name was conspicuously absent from the no travel and asset freeze sanctions – that should have been a warning to Gaddafi that something was afoot, that someone was trying to lure him away.