Russia speaks out against arming Libyan rebels

By REUTERS
March 30, 2011 14:15

 
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MOSCOW - Russia warned the West on Wednesday against arming rebels battling Muammar Gaddafi's forces and said Libyans must forge their political future without any outside interference.

Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov's remarks were the latest criticism of the military action by a Western coalition, which Moscow says has gone beyond the mandate of the UN Security Council resolution authorizing the use of force.

They also indicated that as the United States and Europe press for Gaddafi's eventual exit, Moscow does not want to stand aside and watch the West shape a future government of a country where Russia's arms, energy and railway companies had contracts.

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