A June 23 letter obtained by The Daily Caller from the Libyan prime minister in Tripoli offers to start up negotiations on releasing $4 billion in frozen Libyan assets for humanitarian purposes.

The money could absolve the need for American money for humanitarian needs. The U.S. has spent $715 million already on the war, which began after a March 19th vote at the United Nations, and humanitarian operations.

But, more importantly, it could bring an end to the war itself.