Kadhafi convened the summit which brought together President Olusegun Obasanjo of Nigeria, also current chairman of the African Union (AU), Presidents Omar Hassan Al-Bachir of Sudan, Hosni Mubarak of Egypt, Idriss Deby of Chad and Issias Afeworki of Eritrea, as well as Emmanuel Ondo Metogho deputy prime minister of Gabon.
In a final communique issued at the end of its proceedings on Tuesday, the summit rejected any foreign intervention in the Darfur crisis, and decided to limit its treatment to African mediation and resolution.
It emphasised the need to resume the Abuja negotiations between the different parties to the conflict at the highest level, within a deadline, which does not go beyond late May.
The communique also called on African countries to provide the elements necessary for the consolidation of the mission of the African Union (AU) in the Darfur, and exhorted the international community to bring its logistical support to this mission.
The Tripoli summit insisted on support to the reconciliation processes concluded between the tribes of Darfur, and called on all parties to comply with and implement the N'djamena cease-fire agreement and the two Abuja protocols on security and the improvement of the humanitarian situation, to cooperation with the AU mission and the cease-fire control committee.
The summit which established a mechanism aimed at following up efforts deployed on the ground within the framework of the AU, renewed the mandate of Kadhafi to continue his contacts with all the parties concerned by the crisis in Darfur, until a lasting solution is found to the problem.