UK, France, US to table UN resolution on Syrian chemical arms

By REUTERS
September 10, 2013 18:25

 
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LONDON - Britain, France and the United States will table a resolution on Syrian chemical weapons in the United Nations Security Council later on Tuesday, said British Prime Minister David Cameron, reacting to a Russian proposal for Syria to surrender such arms.

Cameron, who said he had just spoken to US President Barack Obama about the issue, told lawmakers: "If this is a serious proposal then we should act accordingly and I think a UN Security Council resolution is a good idea."

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