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Updated: March 3, 2011 20:53 IST

Germany against foreign intervention in Libya

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German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle. File photo: AP.
German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle. File photo: AP.

Guido Westerwelle says the current sanctions are not enough and it would be a "wise proposal to freeze every money flow to Libya in the coming months."

Germany’s foreign minister says that a foreign military action against Libya would be counterproductive and called for additional sanctions against Qadhafi’s regime.

Guido Westerwelle says the current sanctions are not enough and it would be a “wise proposal to freeze every money flow to Libya in the coming months.”

Mr. Westerwelle said on Thursday that would help isolate Qadhafi and his family.

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