Le ambassator francese ante le Nationes Unite dice que le attaccos aeree contra Libya pote comenciar le proxime sabato.

(Languages of this post: Interlingua, Spanish, English)

Le ministro de affaires exterior francese, Alain Juppé, diceva que toto esseva preparate pro lancear attaccos militar a in Libya. Del mesme forma, le ambassator francese ante le Nationes Unite, Gerard Araud, anque diceva que ille spera que le intervention comenciara iste sabato.

Le prime ministro britannic, David Cameron, diceva que Gaddafi essera judicate “per su actiones e non per su parolas”, addente que on jam transportava aviones de guerra al bases del region.

El embajador francés ante las Naciones Unidas dice que los ataques aéreos contra Libia pueden comenzar el próximo sábado.

El canciller francés, Alain Juppé, dijo que todo estaba listo para lanzar ataques militares en Libia. De la misma forma, el embajador francés ante las Naciones Unidas, Gerard Araud, también dijo que espera que la intervención comience este sábado.

El primer ministro británico, David Cameron, dijo que Gadafi será juzgado “por sus acciones y no por sus palabras”, y agregó que los aviones de guerra ya estaban siendo trasladados a las bases de la región.

The French ambassador to the United Nations says that air attacks against Libya may start by next Saturday.

French Foreign Minister Alain Juppe, said that all necessary preparations have been made for launching military attacks on Libya, and the French ambassador to the United Nations, Gerard Araud, also said that he hopes that the intervention will start this Saturday.

British Prime Minister, David Cameron, said that Gaddafi will be judged “by his actions and not by his words,” adding that warplanes were already being moved to bases in the region.

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