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  1. "Not intent simply with killing innocents, terrorists seek to destabilise, demoralise, and disrupt our way of life."

    • FCO
    • Speech
  2. "Russian words are not the same as Russian deeds."

    • FCO
    • Speech
  3. "The people of The Gambia spoke clearly at the elections in December. They chose Adama Barrow to be their President."

    • FCO
    • Speech
  4. "These actions show that Iran chooses to complicate, not extinguish, a conflict that has persisted for far too long."

    • FCO
    • Speech
  5. "We are beginning a difficult year for the Middle East...peace for many in the region is but a distant memory."

    • FCO
    • Speech
  6. "Behind that suffering of the millions of men, women and children in the Lake Chad Basin, lies the brutality and unrelenting cruelty of Boko Haram."

    • FCO
    • Speech
  7. We fully endorse the Secretary-General’s vision for an inclusive approach to conflict prevention, peace and development

    • FCO
    • Speech
  8. Explanation of vote by Ambassador Matthew Rycroft, UK Permanent Representative to the United Nations on Israel-Palestine

    • FCO
    • Speech
  9. "The United Kingdom is working closely with the Afghan Government as it seeks to overcome the country’s legacy of conflict."

    • FCO
    • Speech
  10. "The people of South Sudan continue to risk their lives to flee the violence in their country"

    • FCO
    • Speech
  11. "Together we must deplore incitement on all sides of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict."

    • FCO
    • Speech
  12. "Let us use all the tools at our disposal to make sure that there is no impunity"

    • FCO
    • Speech
  13. "It is a tragedy that crimes such as these continue in Darfur."

    • FCO
    • Speech
  14. "This is a dark day for the people of Aleppo, surely the darkest of the past five years."

    • FCO
    • Speech
  15. "Did they need to reduce Aleppo to rubble to defeat terrorism?"

    • FCO
    • Speech
  16. "Forced labour in the DPRK is a travesty, a tragedy, one that has led to the deaths of hundreds of thousands of North Koreans."

    • FCO
    • Speech
  17. "Cooperation with the ICTY by all States remains as important as ever."

    • FCO
    • Speech
  18. "The clock is ticking for the Democratic Republic of Congo and the world is watching."

    • FCO
    • Speech
  19. "We had a chance today to help those people, to stop the bombing, to let aid in. We have once again failed, but we must keep trying until we succeed."

    • FCO
    • Speech
  20. "Eastern Aleppo and other besieged areas are today facing new depths of crisis"

    • FCO
    • Speech
  21. We have sent a clear signal to the DPRK: the Security Council steadfastly opposes the reckless pursuit of nuclear weapons

    • FCO
    • Speech
  22. "Tackling water insecurity at a global level will need to be a joint effort and a joint investment, one requiring regional cooperation."

    • FCO
    • Speech
  23. "We all want to counter terrorism in Syria, but attacks on schools and hospitals are not counter terrorist operations."

    • FCO
    • Speech
  24. "We need the UN-AU partnership to continue to grow and strengthen so that we are more than the sum of our parts."

    • FCO
    • Speech
  25. "South Sudan is deteriorating before our very eyes."

    • FCO
    • Speech
  26. "OIC states have a valuable role to play in building an even stronger consensus around the UN’s work to prevent violent extremism."

    • FCO
    • Speech
  27. "The people of Kosovo and Serbia no longer live in the world we hear about in this chamber."

    • FCO
    • Speech
  28. "The United Kingdom remains deeply concerned at the persecution of the Crimea Tatar minority."

    • FCO
    • Speech
  29. "It remains crucial that we keep a focus on human rights and continue to hold the Iranian Government to account for its human rights record."

    • FCO
    • Speech
  30. "As Syria enters its fifth winter of war, the international community must deliver an unambiguous message of condemnation."

    • FCO
    • Speech
  31. "In Somalia, it is preventing the flow of illicit arms and its cutting off Al Shabaab’s funding."

    • FCO
    • Speech
  32. "The deterrence and security provided by EUFOR are fundamental during this period of reform in Bosnia and Herzegovina."

    • FCO
    • Speech
  33. "We cannot turn away from those high-threat environments. All too often in fact, they are where the United Nations is most needed."

    • FCO
    • Speech
  34. "The United Kingdom is a long-standing and firm supporter of the need for reform of the UN Security Council."

    • FCO
    • Speech
  35. "The pattern of chemical attacks in Syria continues."

    • FCO
    • Speech
  36. "The sheer scale of the crisis facing the people of Yemen means that there can be no let up in our efforts."

    • FCO
    • Speech
  37. UK elected to the UN Human Rights Council

    • FCO
    • Press release
  38. "Women have as much of a role to play keeping the peace as they do negotiating it"

    • FCO
    • Speech
  39. "These children hold no responsibility for the events that have led to their life in a warzone."

    • FCO
    • Speech
  40. Joint Ministerial Statement on the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention

    • FCO
    • Speech