Visiting UK PM agrees extra security help

Tripoli, 31 January, 2013:

British Prime minister David Cameron has pledged to supply further help to Libya to help its security forces and police beef up security.

Speaking with Prime Minister Ali Zeidan at a press conference today during a surprise flying visit to Tripoli, Cameron said that Libya was at a “critical stage”.  He emphasised: “We have not come to say what has to be done. We will be guided by what you, the Libyans, want." He said that the UK could  provide advice and assistance and technical help with the army, navy, air force and security . . .

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