Italian Foreign Minister Franco Frattini said “the only path Gadhafi must take is that of surrender.”
British Prime Minister David Cameron cut short a vacation to chair a meeting Monday of the country’s special security committee on Libya. His office said Sunday that it was clear “the end is near for Gadhafi,” and called on him to “go now to avoid any further suffering for his own people.”
In Denmark, Prime Minister Lars Loekke Rasmussen said “the Libyan people’s struggle for freedom has gone into the playoffs.”
The three countries are all part of the NATO-led mission in Libya.
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