Libya's foreign minister has warned Britain in opposition to deploying military specialist to help anti-Gaddafi forces, saying such a move would only delay the combating.
The UK government proclaimed overnight that it intends to send a group of military advisers to the rebel-controlled city of Benghazi to provide astuteness support and logistics guidance.
It comes as NATO express increasing frustration that its air strikes are failing to secure any noteworthy gains for the rebel forces that are hardly hanging on to the areas they manage.
But the Gaddafi regime is advising its own solution.
The foreign minister is calling for a armistice with a view to universal elections being held, and he's left open the likelihood that Libyans themselves can decide who governs them.