Italy says to adopt EU stance on Libyan rebels

By REUTERS
March 10, 2011 13:45

 
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Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi on Thursday said Italy would adopt the stance ultimately taken by the European Union on whether to recognise the rebel Libyan National Council as the legitimate representative of Libyans.

"That's a decision by a single government," Berlusconi told a news conference when asked if Italy would follow France in backing the rebels. "I think it's better for us to listen to the stance of the entire European community."


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