Canlyniadau 181–200 o 400 ar gyfer "palestinian state"

Iraq (28 Tach 2002)

Baroness Symons of Vernham Dean: ...goes out to all those caught up in yet another appalling tragedy in Kenya this morning. Progress towards resolving that conflict and assuring the only workable solution—the creation of a viable Palestinian state, co-existing with an Israel confident of her security within her borders and within the region—is depressingly slow. But there are some positive developments. We now have full...

Israel: Settlement Expansion ( 4 Rha 2002)

Lord Wright of Richmond: ...has already absorbed a great deal of property on the east of the 1967 line, extending to as much as five kilometres in some places? In those circumstances, does the Minister agree that a viable Palestinian state—to which the European Union, President Bush and, indeed, Prime Minister Sharon are explicitly committed—is becoming, day by day, less and less practicable or viable? Cannot the...

Middle East Peace Process (10 Rha 2002)

John Maples: ...big issue, but I cannot believe that a deal would stand or fall on that. Secondly, there is the solution of the refugee problem. The choices offered at Taba were that refugees could stay in the new Palestinian state, move to the area that would be given to the Palestinian state in the land swap, and some could return to Israel on a limited annual basis or go to a third country. Various...

Oral Answers to Questions — International Development: Israel/Palestine (Poverty) (11 Rha 2002)

Clare Short: The whole House is agreed that for the sake of the people of Israel and the Palestinian people, we must as rapidly as possible reach the two-state solution—the establishment of the Palestinian state, with enough international presence to make sure that the suicide bombings and the rest come to an end. That will be good for everybody in the region. The attempts by the quartet to put in place...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (18 Rha 2002)

Tom Harris: ...in calling a middle east peace conference for next month in London. Will he make it clear to Palestinian delegates that although the Government support the creation of an independent and viable Palestinian state, every suicide bomb attack against innocent Israeli civilians puts such a prospect ever further out of reach?

Written Answers — House of Lords: Middle East (19 Rha 2002)

Baroness Amos: ...1967 will be ended through a settlement negotiated between the parties and based on UN resolutions 242 and 338, with Israeli withdrawal to secure and recognised borders and the creation of a viable Palestinian state.

Written Answers — House of Lords: Middle East (19 Rha 2002)

the Earl of Sandwich: ...Taba proposals gave the Israeli government control of main roads and strategic communications in the West Bank and Gaza; and whether such control would deny the principle of the sustainability of a Palestinian state.

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements ( 8 Ion 2003)

Tony Blair: ...a situation in which the dreadful and tragic irony is that there is agreement in the international community that the only viable solution is a two-state solution—an Israeli state and a viable Palestinian state—so the longer that we delay the process of getting back into peace negotiations, the more fraught the situation becomes. I look forward to welcoming the new leader of the...

Written Ministerial Statements — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Palestinian Reform (15 Ion 2003)

Jack Straw: ...against civilians as a means of achieving Palestinian ends and briefed us on their plans for a new Palestinian constitution, political, economic and administrative reform and the creation of a Palestinian state. This is an objective the whole international community shares. The next step will be meetings in London in early February of the Taskforce on Palestinian Reform and of Quartet...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Palestinian Reform: London Meeting (16 Ion 2003)

Baroness Symons of Vernham Dean: ...against civilians as a means of achieving Palestinian ends and briefed us on their plans for a new Palestinian constitution, political, economic and administrative reform and the creation of a Palestinian state. This is an objective the whole international community shares. The next step will be meetings in London in early February of the Taskforce on Palestinian Reform and of Quartet...

Palestinian Reform: London Meeting (16 Ion 2003)

Lord Judd: ...Lords, following the important initiative by the Government in their conference, do they foresee any role for an international presence as a way forward both in the peace process and in bringing the Palestinian state fully into operation?

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Peace Process (Middle-East) (21 Ion 2003)

Mike O'Brien: As my right hon. Friend the Foreign Secretary has stated, urgent progress on the MEPP is essential. Our goal is to achieve an Israeli state free from terror, a viable Palestinian state based on 1967 boundaries. The Quartet is working on a roadmap to realise President Bush's goal of a final status agreement within three years. It represents best current chance of securing peace. I was pleased...

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Middle East (21 Ion 2003)

Jack Straw: Lasting security can be achieved only through a negotiated settlement to secure an Israeli state free from terror and a viable Palestinian state based on Security Council resolutions 242, 338 and 1397. We are committed to reviving final status negotiations as soon as possible. We fully support the efforts of the quartet to agree and to publish a road map to that end. The London meeting on...

UN: Terrorism and Iraq (21 Ion 2003)

Baroness Amos: ...the wider Middle East, again the Government's position is clear. Lasting security can be achieved only through a negotiated settlement. We want to see a state of Israel free from terror and a viable Palestinian state. Those are the planks of our policy and shall remain so.

Oral Answers to Questions — International Development: Palestine (22 Ion 2003)

Clare Short: ...in the occupied territories are illegal under international law, let alone the grubbing up of the olive orchards. I hope that we can get more energy into the international system to establish a Palestinian state; otherwise, I fear, things will deteriorate.

Iraq (Humanitarian Contingency Plan) (30 Ion 2003)

Clare Short: ..., is the view of the Government—is that if we can keep the world united around the invincible authority of the United Nations, and if we can move forward on progress towards the establishment of a Palestinian state alongside a secure and safe Israel, the world will be in a much better shape to deal with this crisis. The threat of bitter division that is ripping across the world and is a...

Anti-Semitism (Arab World) (31 Ion 2003)

Louise Ellman: ...encompasses a wide range of religious and political perspectives. Criticising the Israeli Government is not intrinsically anti-Semitic. I deplore the occupation. I have long supported the need for a Palestinian state alongside Israel. I despair at this week's victory for Ariel Sharon and the defeat of Amram Mitzna. But when Arab media demonise Israel and Jews in the language of the Third...

Iraq ( 3 Chw 2003)

Tony Blair: ..., Afghanistan and global poverty and development. On the first, we agreed on the vital necessity of making progress based on the twin-state solution: Israel confident of its own security and a Palestinian state that is viable. I am convinced there is now a real wish across the world to push this process forward and I hope that we can take further steps on this issue soon. I believe it is...

Iraq ( 3 Chw 2003)

Lord Williams of Mostyn: ...process, Afghanistan, global poverty and development. On the first, we agreed on the vital necessity of making progress based on the twin state solution: Israel, confident of its own security; and a Palestinian state that is viable. I am convinced that there is now a real wish across the world to push this process forward and I hope that we can take further steps on this issue soon. I...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Middle East: Quartet Road-map ( 4 Chw 2003)

the Earl of Sandwich: ...'s Government: Whether they accept that the 95 to 98 per cent offer by Prime Minister Barak during the Taba talks excluded strategic ring roads and settlement access routes which would have made a Palestinian state unsustainable; and what consequences this will have for the road-map being drawn up by the Quartet.


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