Clinton warns from allowing Qaddafi to remain in power.
warned here that allowing Libyan leader Muammar Al-Qaddafi to remain in power
would be counterproductive to the revolutions in Egypt and Tunisia.
She said in a televised program show before concluding her visit to the
country that ousting Qaddafi was very important for the security of both
nations due to the Libyan leader's irrational and outbursts nature towards his
own people and neighboring countries.
However, the US official noted that even with the ousting of Qaddafi the
situation would remain vague in Libya and only the future would tell how the
Libyan situation might be.
She lauded the UNSC's steps towards the situation in Libya, noting that the
US was eager to be part of a unified international move against the Libyan
regime and not take individual steps in regards to the situation unless the
situation threaten US national security and interests.
The US attitude in regards to Qaddafi was unbent and clear, stated
Secretary Clinton, adding that the US, along with international partners,
would be cooperating on the issue to oust Qaddafi.
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