LONDON - Britain and France will put
forward a United Nations Security Council resolution on
Wednesday condemning Syria's crackdown on protesters, British
Prime Minister David Cameron said.
"Today in New York
, Britain and France
will be tabling a
resolution at the Security Council
condemning the repression and
demanding accountability and humanitarian access.
"And if anyone votes against that resolution or tries to
veto it, that should be on their conscience," Cameron told
circulated a draft
resolution condemning Syria
at the UN Security Council
month, but diplomats say Britain has been working on a version
with tougher language. Veto powers Russia
clear they dislike the idea of council involvement.