Obama will discuss democracy in Middle East with G8

May 25, 2011 15:20

LONDON - US President Barack Obama said on Wednesday he will discuss with the G8 how to support moves towards democracy in the Middle East.

Speaking at a news conference with British Prime Minister David Cameron, Obama said: "Tomorrow we'll discuss with our G8 partners how those of us in the wider international community can best support nations that make the reforms necessary to build a framework for democracy, freedom and prosperity for their people".

He also echoed Cameron's call for Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi to leave power.

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