Cameron seeks arms deals, says supports Arab Spring

By REUTERS
November 5, 2012 17:28

 
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DUBAI - British Prime Minister David Cameron sought to balance concern over human rights in Gulf Arab states with winning lucrative arms deals for Britain as he started a tour of the region on Monday.

Cameron said supported calls for greater democracy in the Middle East and that the British government was engaging Gulf states - some of which are trying to stifle political unrest - on their human rights record.

But discussions would show "respect and friendship," he said, recognizing that governments have bridled at foreign criticism.

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