Rio de Janeiro - President Barack Obama spoke with leaders of Jordan's King Abdullah about the Libyan. Both agreed to form a strong coalition to take stern action against Libya.

Obama and King Abdullah's talks was conducted by telephone on the sidelines of Obama's visit in Brazil. White House National Security Adviser Tom Donilon told reporters, revealed the existence of talks the two leaders of the country on Sunday (03/20/2011).

Meanwhile, U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates stressed the U.S. would limit the involvement of military forces in Libya. Related to fly zones and embargoes which will be subject to NATO, Gates also said the U.S. will not dominate role.


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