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  1. "Today’s conditions in the Rakhine state do not yet allow for the safe, voluntary, and dignified return of refugees to their homes"

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    • Speech
  2. "Lasting peace in Darfur can only be realised with the agreement of a permanent ceasefire and an inclusive political settlement"

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    • Speech
  3. "I repeat the United Kingdom’s call for North Korea to allow human rights actors immediate and unhindered access to assess the human rights situation"

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    • Speech
  4. "Today I reaffirm our strong support for renewed peace negotiations between the Israelis and Palestinians as soon as possible"

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    • Speech
  5. "We condemn, in the strongest terms, North Korea’s actions and its continued pursuit of its illegal ballistic missile and nuclear programme"

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    • Speech
  6. "Civilization, education, and our shared cultural heritage will prevail over destruction, barbarism, and the division of terrorists"

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    • Speech
  7. "The UK stands ready to support the region’s work to bring an end to the conflict and suffering in South Sudan"

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    • Speech
  8. "Let us stand together as an international community in our commitment to eliminate the abhorrent crime of modern slavery and human trafficking"

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    • Speech
  9. "Let us stand together in our commitment to end the exploitation of human beings and safeguard the dignity of those who are most vulnerable"

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    • Speech
  10. "Make no mistake, the JIM has succeeded; it is Russia that has failed"

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    • Speech
  11. "It’s clear that Libya now faces a simple choice: a future of stability and security or a return to a past of violence and uncertainty"

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    • Speech
  12. "The UN needs to recognise that Kosovo today is not the same country as it was when UNMIK first arrived"

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    • Speech
  13. "Those responsible for war crimes and other serious crimes in Libya must not escape justice"

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    • Speech
  14. "We must speak with one voice to condemn the use of chemical weapons"

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    • Speech
  15. "Let me express the UK’s support for reform, not just as a means of generating prosperity for Bosnia, but also as a means of ensuring security"

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    • Speech
  16. "The men and women of UN policing put their lives on the line to protect the most vulnerable as their communities emerge from conflict"

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    • Speech
  17. "We meet today at a crucial time for global displacement with the number of people forcibly displaced at an all time high since the Second World War"

    • FCO
    • Speech
  18. Lord Ahmad participates in UN Security Council debates on the Sahel and Children in Armed Conflict

    • FCO
    • News story
  19. Protecting Children in Armed Conflict: access to education and ending sexual exploitation and abuse impunity

    • FCO
    • Speech
  20. "A successful peace process is at the heart of any strategy to defeat terrorism and traffickers in the Sahel"

    • FCO
    • Speech
  21. "The challenge is to talk about women and peace and security when our agenda is Syria, or Somalia, or South Sudan"

    • FCO
    • Speech
  22. Foreign Secretary comments on chemical weapons use in Syria

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    • Press release
  23. "Russia’s action will not stop us from working with our partners to find justice for the victims of chemical weapons."

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    • Speech
  24. "We believe the way to achieve lasting peace is through a negotiated two-state solution"

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    • Speech
  25. "The absence of famine is not the absence of need. Hunger by any other name is still hunger"

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    • Speech
  26. "Today we are all witnessing Haiti turn a corner. Days of violence and instability have begun to fade. The ultimate thanks go to the people of Haiti"

    • FCO
    • Speech
  27. "We very much hope that the UN will be better equipped to build and sustain peace, to respond to crises, and to deliver support for development"

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    • Speech
  28. "UN peacekeeping missions are not meant to stay the same. They are meant to evolve alongside the conditions on the ground"

    • FCO
    • Speech
  29. "Trafficking is a development issue, it’s a human rights issue, and it’s a security issue. It needs a coherent UN response."

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    • Speech
  30. "Multilateral cooperation must continue to effectively counter terrorism and violent extremism."

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    • Speech
  31. "As a long standing friend of the Burmese people, the United Kingdom has watched in horror at the violence that has erupted over the past month."

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    • Speech
  32. "It is clear that the threat facing civilian aviation has not diminished."

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    • Speech
  33. "Despite years of progress, Afghanistan continues to face tough security and development challenges."

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    • Speech
  34. "Suffering on this scale cannot be allowed to continue. South Sudan cannot continue on its current path."

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    • Speech
  35. Foreign Secretary urges China to keep up pressure on North Korea

    • FCO
    • Press release
  36. Foreign Secretary hosts key summit on Burma

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    • Press release
  37. "We remain committed to partnering with Nigeria and its neighbours to degrade and defeat Boko Haram"

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    • Speech
  38. "It’s in all of our interests to forge an even closer relationship as we strive to maintain peace and security in Africa."

    • FCO
    • Speech
  39. Until the regime sees that diplomacy, not duplicity is the way forward, we must use all of our diplomatic tools to bring pressure to bear on Pyongyang

    • FCO
    • Speech
  40. UN Security Council emergency debate on North Korea: Matthew Rycroft's speech

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    • Speech