Kadhafi invites Bush to visit Libya
Libya has invited US President George W. Bush to visit and pledged action on human rights. US Senator Richard Lugar, who on Saturday ended a two-day visit to Libya, said Moamer Kadhafi had voiced "his hope that (President) Bush and (Secretary of State Condoleezza) Rice would visit Libya."
Lugar, who heads the Senate's Foreign Affairs Committee, told AFP he had reviewed human rights and economic cooperation with Kadhafi as well as getting Libya removed from a US list of state sponsors of terrorism.
He said Libya had "adopted a definitive position on the matter" of terrorism and that there was a "major and progressive" improvement in relations between the two countries.