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Cameron to Meet Libyan Revolutionaries

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TEHRAN, May 12 (ICANA) – British Prime Minister David Cameron is to host Libyan revolutionary leaders for talks in London's Downing Street as conflicts continue in the North African country.
Thursday, May 12, 2011 8:36:15 PM
Cameron to Meet Libyan Revolutionaries

Cameron is scheduled to sit down for talks with chairman of Interim National Transitional Council (INTC) of Libya Mustafa Abdul Jalil.

Abdul Jalil will also hold talks with British Foreign Secretary William Hague, Chancellor George Osborne and International Development Secretary Andrew Mitchell while in London.

The meetings are expected to focus on supplying the Libyan revolutionaries with more equipment and the establishment of a permanent INTC office in London.

"The situation in Libya remains of very serious concern, and this visit provides a welcome opportunity to discuss with Mr Abdul Jalil the latest situation on the ground and to look at how the UK and international community can continue to support the Libyan people," Hague has said.

He also described the situation in western Libya as “deeply troubling,” calling on Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi to stop “brutalizing” people and resign.

The meetings come as NATO hit several targets in the Libyan capital Tripoli on Thursday with reports saying there were four explosions in the city.

NATO also targeted an intelligence building and another one used by Libyan parliamentarians earlier this week.

The Libyan revolutionaries say they have seized control of the airport of the key western Libyan city of Misrata from Gaddafi forces.

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