Kadhafi, Mosisili meet on AU Banjul summit

Tripoli- Libya (PANA) -- Libyan leader Moammar Kadhafi and Lesotho Prime Minister Pakilitha Bethuel Mosisili held talks here Wednesday night on the 7th African Union summit scheduled for 1-2 July in Banjul, The Gambia.
Mosisili is member of the commission set up at the 5th AU summit in Abuja to prepare the mode of implementation of the Libyan proposals on the creation of Pan-African ministries as part of the process leading to the United States of Africa.
The Libyan proposals concern the creation within the AU of the Ministries of Foreign Affairs, Defence, Foreign Trade, Transport and Communications.
They include also the removal of customs barriers between the AU member countries, unification of transport and communication services and launch of an African satellite.
The secretary of the Libyan People's General Committee for foreign affairs and international cooperation, Abderrahaman Chalgham, attended the meeting between the Libyan leader and the Basotho Prime Minister.
Colonel Kadhafi and Mosisili held an earlier discussion here on the AU summit preparations on Tuesday night.

29 june 2006 12:52:00

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