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  1. Adoption of Security Council Resolution 1737 on Iran, Explanation of Vote by Sir Emyr Jones Parry, Permanent Representative of the U.K. to the U.N.

    Governments » United Kingdom » Permanent Mission to the United Nations December 23, 2006 Mr. President, On 31 July, the Security Council adopted resolution 1696, which made mandatory the IAEA-required suspension of enrichment-related and reprocessing acti ...

  2. Sir John Sawers, U.K. Permanent Representative to the U.N. Gave a Statement on the Adoption of U.N. Security Council Resolution 1803 on Iran

    Governments » United Kingdom » Permanent Mission to the United Nations March 3, 2008 Mr President, I should like now to make some remarks in my national capacity. And I welcome the presence of the Iranian Ambassador. Many of his comments are open to clari ...

  3. Iran: Nuclear Program (Excerpts from Debate)

    Governments » United Kingdom » House of Commons February 1, 2006 Motion made, and Question proposed, That the sitting be now adjourned. [Gillian Merron.] Mr. David Gauke (South-West Hertfordshire) (Con): I am grateful to have the opportunity to initiate t ...

  4. House of Commons Daily Debate (Excerpts)

    U.K. Westminster Hall Debates Governments » United Kingdom » House of Commons November 11, 2008... Mr. Ben Wallace (Lancaster and Wyre) (Con): When he or his officials last met representatives of the Russian Government to discuss Iran. [234535] The Minist ...

  5. British Prime Minister Gordon Brown's Speech at the Lord Mayor's Banquet on Foreign Policy Priorities (Excerpts)

    Governments » United Kingdom » Prime Minister's Office November 12, 2007... New initiatives in non-proliferation And just as we will continue to be a leading nation in negotiating nuclear arms reductions, so we must be at the forefront of meeting the ...

  6. Minutes of Oral Evidence With Dr. Ali Ansari and Dr. Frank Barnaby Taken Before the Foreign Affairs Committee

    Governments » United Kingdom » House of Commons May 23, 2007 Members present: Rt. hon. Sir John Stanley (in the Chair) Mr. Fabian Hamilton Rt. Hon. Mr. David Heathcoat-Amory Mr. John Horam Mr. Eric Illsley Mr. Paul Keetch Andrew Mackinlay Mr. Malcolm Moss ...

  7. Minutes of Evidence with Jack Straw, Secretary for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, Taken Before the Foreign Affairs Committee (Excerpt)

    Governments » United Kingdom » House of Commons December 6, 2004... Sir John Stanley: Has the E3 got or not got a deal with Iran that will keep Iran out of going down the nuclear weapons route? Every time I see reports of a deal almost the following day I ...

  8. Debate on U.K. Involvement With Iran

    U.K. Westminster Hall Debates Governments » United Kingdom » House of Commons May 23, 2007 Motion made, and Question proposed, That the sitting be now adjourned. [Tony Cunningham] Mr. Patrick Mercer (Newark) (Con): It is a pleasure to have you in the Chai ...

  9. Adoption of UNSC Resolution 1747 on Iran, Explanation of Vote by Sir Emyr Jones Parry, Permanent Representative of the U.K. to the U.N.

    Governments » United Kingdom » Permanent Mission to the United Nations March 27, 2007 Mr. President, I would like to begin by reading the text of a statement which has been agreed by the Foreign Ministers of China, France, Germany, Russia, the United King ...

  10. Remarks by Prime Minister Blair on the Iranian Nuclear Issue During His Monthly Conference (Excerpts)

    Governments » United Kingdom » Prime Minister's Office February 27, 2007... Question: Given the comments in recent days by the Iranian President and comments today by the Iranian Foreign Minister who both indicated they have no intention of backing d ...

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