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By Reuters

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PARIS, FRANCE (JUNE 2, 2015) (REUTERS FOR AGENCY POOL) EXTERIOR OF FRENCH FOREIGN AFFAIRS MINISTRY GERMAN FOREIGN MINISTER FRANK-WALTER STEINMEIER WALKING TOWARDS CAMERA FLAGS AND EIFFEL TOWER (SOUNDBITE) (German) GERMAN FOREIGN MINISTER, FRANK-WALTER STEINMEIER, SAYING: "We are under no illusion that a victory by military means will be easy and also we know that winning peace will be difficult. That's why we talked today not just about the necessary military means but also about what's needed to bring stability to the areas that have been freed from ISIS troops." CAMERAMAN AT WORK (SOUNDBITE) (German) GERMAN FOREIGN MINISTER, FRANK-WALTER STEINMEIER, SAYING: "It's unfortunately necessary that we keep going with the military involvement, that was underlined by many states here today. Some are for airstrikes in Iraq so to prevent ISIS from making progress. We support the peshmerga in Northern Iraq and the regional Kurdish government with military equipment and after some difficult decision making, with weapons." AUSTRALIAN FOREIGN MINISTER JULIE BISHOP WALKING TOWARDS CAMERA BISHOP DURING INTERVIEW (SOUNDBITE) (English) AUSTRALIAN FOREIGN MINISTER, JULIE BISHOP, SAYING: "We haven't been asked and if a request is made we'll consider it. But Australia is already the second largest contributor to the building partner capacity initiative after the United States. His (Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi) plea is to other nations who have not yet provided a military contribution and I'm quite confident that's the view because we discussed it in our bilateral meeting." BISHOP DURING INTERVIEW (SOUNDBITE) (English) AUSTRALIAN FOREIGN MINISTER, JULIE BISHOP, SAYING: "I think that the focus on the destruction of antiquities and cultural heritage is absolutely appropriate because this is being used not only as a propaganda weapon by Daech (Islamic State) but it also goes to the very issue of security and I believe that the Iraqi security forces also have a role in protecting their heritage in that country. So that's part of the huge challenge that is in front of the Iraqi security forces which is why Australia and other coalition colleagues are seeking to build the capacity and capability of the Iraqi security forces." FOREIGN MINISTRY
Dateline: 2015

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