Britain: G8 agrees urgent Libya response needed

By REUTERS
March 15, 2011 12:52

 
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PARIS - Group of Eight powers agree on the need for further measures to tackle the Libya crisis and a UN Security Council debate on the matter, Britain's foreign minister said on Tuesday.

Foreign Secretary William Hague, in Paris for talks among G8 foreign ministers, told reporters: "There is a common appetite for further discussion at the UN Security Council. We are clear here at the G8 that there is a need for further measures, a need to respond urgently."

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