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U.S. & Britain agree to Continue Press Khadafi

London : United Kingdom | May 24, 2011 at 8:14 PM PDT
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London - United States (U.S.) and Britain would continue to pressure against Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi to it comply with UN resolutions.

Similarly, statements with U.S. President Barack Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron in London, Tuesday (05/24/2011). Obama was in the UK within the framework of his tour to European countries.

"We are reluctant to use force, but we know that we have a responsibility to act," said both as written daily The Times and quoted by Reuters.

"This is why we mobilize the international community to protect people from the regime of Colonel Gaddafi's Libya."

"We have to degrade his war machine (Gaddafi) and preventing humanitarian disasters. And we will continue to enforce UN resolutions with our allies until (the resolution) they actually meet,"said Obama and Cameron.

NATO countries, led by Britain, France and the United States, an attack into Libya since some time ago. The attack was a bit much has paralyzed troops Gaddafi, who tried to squash the rebellion in Libya.

UN Security Council Resolution 1973 contains, among other no-fly zone in Libya, the order to cease-fire, cessation of attacks against civilians, respect for human rights, and the fulfillment of the aspirations of the Libyan society. Until now, Gaddafi still persist with the attitude he took

rickyatmaja is based in Jakarta, Jakarta, Indonesia, and is a Stringer for Allvoices.
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