Libya urges UN to take up Israeli settlements

Libya urges UN to take u

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November 25, 2009 16:23

 
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Despite US veto on any such measure, northern African country indicates it will introduce fresh draft resolution before Security Council demanding end to settlement activity. Libya indicated on Wednesday that it would introduce a fresh draft resolution before the United Nations Security Council demanding that Israel end its settlement activity in Palestinian territory. "We are discussing it with the Palestinians and other members of the Security Council. We are going to do that, yes," Libya's UN Ambassador Mohamed Shalgham told reporters about the plans.

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