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  1. Foreign Secretary urges China to keep up pressure on North Korea

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

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

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

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    • Speech
    • FCO
  5. 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

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

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    • Speech
    • FCO
  7. "Peacekeeping is one tool in the sustaining peace toolbox. It cannot be used in isolation..."

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    • Speech
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  8. "The UK has consistently welcomed the creation of a G5 Sahel joint force"

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    • Speech
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  9. "We owe it to Zaida, Michael and the rest of the group of experts to continue to use their reporting in our decisions."

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    • Speech
    • FCO
  10. "We all recognise the important work that UNMIK has done over many years for the benefit of Kosovo. But it’s time for the Mission to shrink, not grow"

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    • Speech
    • FCO
  11. "Women have spent too long enduring and surviving these crises; it’s long past time for them to play their fullest part in solving them."

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    • Speech
    • FCO
  12. In a world where North Korean missile tests seem routine, let me be clear: this is not business as usual.

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    • Speech
    • FCO
  13. Foreign Office Minister welcomes tougher sanctions on North Korea

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    • Press release
    • FCO
  14. "All Member States must recognise and respect that there can be no ifs, no buts: sanctions agreed in this Council are legally binding"

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    • Speech
    • FCO
  15. "The Arms Trade Treaty will remain central to the United Kingdom’s approach to preventing irresponsible trafficking in arms"

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    • Speech
    • FCO
  16. "After generations of hostility, blood & tears & in the wake of years of pain and wars, we are determined to bring an end to the bloodshed & sorrow"

    • Published
    • Speech
    • FCO
  17. "Make no mistake, this is a crisis of human creation; a crisis that South Sudan’s leaders have had six years to prevent."

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    • Speech
    • FCO
  18. "We must all work together – the United Nations, this Council, the countries and organisations of Africa - to address the root causes of conflict."

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    • Speech
    • FCO
  19. "The United Nations’ relationship with Haiti has changed but our commitment has not."

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    • Speech
    • FCO
  20. "It’s clear that our message simply isn’t getting through to the Government of the DRC. The killings have continued, the horror has continued."

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    • Speech
    • FCO
  21. "DPRK clearly intends to threaten directly an ever greater number of States, and indirectly the whole world."

    • Published
    • Speech
    • FCO
  22. "There’s an unprecedented demand for multilateral responses to global challenges – and the international system must evolve to keep up."

    • Published
    • Speech
    • FCO
  23. "We cannot turn a blind eye to activities undertaken by Iran which violate Security Council resolutions."

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    • Speech
    • FCO
  24. "The spectre of biological, chemical, or nuclear materials falling into terrorist hands is the nightmare scenario."

    • Published
    • Speech
    • FCO
  25. "Questions on the British Indian Ocean Territory have long been a bilateral matter between the UK and Mauritius. "

    • Published
    • Speech
    • FCO
  26. "Afghanistan needs to be united now more than ever. Afghanistan needs to be looking to the future in hope, not in fear."

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    • Speech
    • FCO
  27. "Support for a two-state solution is the only way to ensure a just and lasting resolution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict."

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    • Speech
    • FCO
  28. "The recent work by both the United Nations and the African Union marks a new period of this partnership."

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    • Speech
    • FCO
  29. "Anti-personnel landmines are nothing short of indiscriminate killers."

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    • Speech
    • FCO
  30. "If we are to defeat Daesh we must hold them to account for their actions."

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    • Speech
    • FCO
  31. "Fifteen years of violence there have shown that there can be no military solution to the conflict."

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    • Speech
    • FCO
  32. "The legacy of the ICTY should be a clear and resounding message to those who commit these crimes; you cannot escape justice."

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    • Speech
    • FCO
  33. "If we aren’t taking steps to address climate change, we are fighting with one hand tied behind our back."

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    • Speech
    • FCO
  34. "These are the cold, calculating actions of a regime that chooses to starve its fellow Syrians into surrender."

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    • Speech
    • FCO
  35. "With each and every launch and missile test, DPRK demonstrates a total disregard for international security."

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    • Speech
    • FCO
  36. "The United Nations Operation in Cote d’Ivoire will close, after 13 years of service. In that time, Cote d’Ivoire has been transformed."

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    • Speech
    • FCO
  37. "We’re meeting today as South Sudan spirals deeper into crisis."

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    • Speech
    • FCO
  38. "Until Iraq is free from the terrible scourge of Daesh, families will continue to be subjected to horrific violence..."

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    • FCO
  39. "This cannot become the new reality of warfare."

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    • Speech
    • FCO
  40. "On too many occasions this year, Bosnia’s leaders have returned to the divisions of the past instead of delivering for the future."

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    • Speech
    • FCO