UK PM to push to strengthen Syria opposition in US talks

May 13, 2013 13:46

LONDON - Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron will push for ways to make opposition forces in Syria operationally stronger when he meets with US President Barack Obama later on Monday, Cameron's spokesman said.

"The prime minister is keen to discuss with President Obama how we can both help together to establish a stronger and more credible opposition both politically and operationally inside Syria," Cameron's spokesman said.

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