The foreign secretary said Mr Koussa, who faces inquiries from the International Criminal Court and families of the victims of Libyan terrorists, would not be forced to return to Libya, adding: "There are quite a range of places that he could go to live."
Mr Hague's comments, in an interview with Sky News, came as relatives of the Lockerbie bombing victims accepted he may never face trial in Britain.
Susan Cohen, who lost her only daughter on Pan Am Flight 103 said the former intelligence chief "should probably be hanged for what he has done" but she had no expectation of him ending up in a Scottish court.A huge pinch of salt, eh? I know, maybe he can get his own cooking show on the Food Network: Moussa Koussa's Cooking Cabana. Specialties of the house: moussaka and couscous, of course. (Can't wait to see him in a cook off with Bobby Flay on Iron Chef America.) Barring that, how about Moussa Koussa to succeed Navi Pillay at the UNHRC (a cooking show of another kind, one that likes to gut, roast, grill, sauté and flambé Israel)?
She added that American relatives were more interested in the British authorities using him to "get to" Col Muammar Gaddafi than in seeing Mr Koussa on trial.
Mrs Cohen was speaking the day after Scottish police and prosecutors interviewed Mr Koussa for the first time.
Relatives of victims of the Lockerbie bombing have asked their lawyers to request a meeting with Mr Koussa.
Dr Jim Swire, whose 23-year-old daughter Flora died in the attack, confirmed that the legal team representing the victims' families had been instructed to approach officials to set up the meeting.
He warned that anything Mr Koussa said would have to be taken with "a huge pinch of salt", however...
Update: As per this old Cook/Moore routine about the limited bill of fare at "The Frog and Peach," there are two menu items available at Moussa Koussa's establishment "The Moose and Cous'": Moose a la Cous' and Cous' a la Moose.