Richard Roth and Joe Vaccarello
United Nations (CNN) - The U.N. Security Council is considering a new draft resolution that includes a no-fly zone over Libya and additional economic and political sanctions.
But council nations remain divided on the no-fly zone proposal.
Germany's U.N. ambassador said his country has questions about such a zone. India's U.N. ambassador asked, "Who will implement the no-fly zone? Who would provide assets for it?"
China's U.N. ambassador said his country is concerned about deteriorating conditions in Libya but didn't say whether Beijing backs a no-fly measure.
The United States declined to take a public position. A council diplomat said the U.S. is engaged in negotiations on the text.
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