France, UK, US and Germany begin Libya talks

By REUTERS
March 28, 2011 19:52

PARIS - The leaders of France, the United States, Britain and Germany have begun a conference call to discuss the situation in Libya and plans for a meeting in London on Tuesday, a French presidential source said.

Presidents Nicolas Sarkozy and Barack Obama, Prime Minister David Cameron and Chancellor Angela Merkel began their call at at 1715 GMT.

They will discuss a Franco-British proposal to help pave the way for a political transition in Libya, the source said.


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