'Germany should abandon bid for UNSC seat'

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December 8, 2006 17:55

 
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A senior minister from Chancellor Angela Merkel's party said Friday that Germany should drop its push for a permanent seat on the UN Security Council. "We should focus our limited energy and strength on more intelligent, future-oriented solutions aimed at a stronger ability to act for Europe," Interior Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble said. Schaeuble, who was addressing a security conference, stressed that this was his personal view.


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