Canlyniadau 481–500 o 600 ar gyfer "palestinian state"

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Middle East: Armed Conflict (27 Ion 2009)

Ashok Kumar: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs what recent steps the Government has taken to encourage the establishment of a Palestinian State.

[Ann Winterton in the Chair] — Palestinian Territories (Economic Aid) (27 Ion 2009)

Geoffrey Clifton-Brown: ...do all that we can to assist in the negotiations for a lasting peace settlement in the middle east. Only through a two-state solution, with a secure Israel living alongside a sovereign and viable Palestinian state, can true peace exist. Trust must be restored through negotiations. There is recognition that Israel must open its borders, but in doing so it must be open only to items that...

Gaza — Motion to Take Note ( 6 Chw 2009)

Lord Howell of Guildford: ...line, with tragic results, as we have seen. Thirdly, both parties seemed to lose sight totally—they were not the only ones—of the need for an overarching commitment to a viable and unified Palestinian state. That is the declared objective of statesmen from the Oslo accords onwards, of the quartet and every would-be peacemaker in the region, and yet now it seems further away than ever....

Written Answers — House of Lords: Middle East Peace Process (24 Chw 2009)

Lord Malloch-Brown: ...for UN Security Council Resolution 1850 which set out the vision of a two-state solution. We will work closely with the Obama Administration, including at the UN, to work to create an independent Palestinian state living alongside a secure Israel.

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Israel (24 Chw 2009)

David Miliband: ...commitment to a two-state solution, especially by the United States, given that the division between Gaza and the west bank currently threatens the very heart of the idea of a contiguous and viable Palestinian state.

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Topical Questions (24 Chw 2009)

David Miliband: My hon. Friend makes a very important point; in the end, the Arab states are vital to giving security to Israel, and vital to supporting a future Palestinian state. As I said earlier, a regional solution must be pursued in the middle east—a so-called 23-state solution, not simply a two-state solution. Certainly, that is what the UK Government argue strongly, not just with Egyptian...

EU: Middle East Peace Process — Question ( 9 Maw 2009)

Lord Dykes: ...preconditions with Hamas while not stopping the settlement expansion that Israel still is carrying on? Is it not high time for Israel to return that support by negotiating a proper deal for a full Palestinian state, which, on all understanding and from what we gather from the press and public statements, President Obama, the Secretary of State, Senator Mitchell, the chief of staff and the...

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Middle East: Armed Conflict (16 Maw 2009)

Bill Rammell: ...in its condemnation of all rocket attacks on Israel. We are committed to finding a solution to the conflict in the Middle East that allows Israel to feel secure in the region, alongside a viable Palestinian state.

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Middle East: Armed Conflict (27 Maw 2009)

Bill Rammell: ...internal report that was leaked to the press. We have made clear our position that we believe that a lasting peace between Palestinians and Israelis will mean, among other things, the creation of a Palestinian state based on 1967 borders and with East Jerusalem as its capital. We are strongly opposed to any attempts to change the facts on the ground in East Jerusalem by excluding...

Petitions: Economic and Voting Scales (20 Mai 2009)

Gerald Kaufman: ...; Iraq; Afghanistan; entrenching democracy in Pakistan; Darfur; the Burma cyclone; the North Korea nuclear crisis; the Royal Navy prisoners in Iran; the Lebanon War 2006; the development of the Palestinian state; relations with Russia, Zimbabwe, Gaza and Sri Lanka, and with others; Further declares that prior to 'Elizabeth Regina Love' (est. 2004) Mr. Burke carried out fundamental work in...

Business of the House: Whitsun Adjournment (21 Mai 2009)

Chris Bryant: ...the middle east peace process on precisely the grounds that she suggested, namely that we must have a two-state solution, which means an Israel secure and safe in its borders, and a sustainable Palestinian state. Those are difficult to achieve, but—who knows?—perhaps with the change of Administration in the United States of America, a brighter dawn might appear along the road. The hon....

Israel and Palestine: President Obama — Question ( 9 Meh 2009)

Lord Wallace of Saltaire: ...speech, President Obama also talked about a regional approach to this. We need to bring in the Arab League and Israel's other neighbours if we are to get a secure, long-term settlement—not just a Palestinian state, but Israel living in peace and having good economic relations with her neighbours across the Middle East. Should that not include the new Lebanese Government along with the...

Israel and Palestine — Question (16 Meh 2009)

Lord Brett: ..., the need for an early solution to this intractable problem is to be wished by all. The two-state solution that we envisage provides for a safe and secure Israel and a democratic and viable Palestinian state living in peace and prosperity with their neighbours. The reference to the de facto extension of Israel, I presume, is a reflection on the question of the settlements in the West...

European Affairs (16 Meh 2009)

David Miliband: ..., there will be a drift towards more conflict. The EU role, as a member of the Quartet, is important. I would highlight the importance of funding the institutions, both economic and security, of a Palestinian state, and providing political impetus for Israelis and Arabs to make the necessary compromises for peace. There is also a vital regional element. Israel needs security from Arabs,...

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Middle East: Armed Conflict (23 Meh 2009)

Jamie Reed: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs whether he has discussed Israel's conditions for the establishment of a Palestinian state with the Palestinians.

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Middle East: Armed Conflict (23 Meh 2009)

Jamie Reed: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs what recent discussions he has had with his Israeli counterpart on the establishment of a Palestinian state.

[Mr. Martin Caton in the Chair] — Middle East (24 Meh 2009)

Roger Godsiff: ...normalisation and a just settlement of the intractable problems in the middle east. The problem is not just the issues between Israel and Syria, but the wider issues of the Palestinians and a viable Palestinian state. That is not the subject of this debate, but I am becoming more and more sceptical about whether there will be a two-state solution. The intractable problems between Fatah and...

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Middle East (30 Meh 2009)

David Miliband: ...to be prepared to engage in peaceful negotiations with Israel. Facilitating peace in the middle east will remain a top priority for this Government, alongside developing the institutions of a Palestinian state.

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: European Union: Jordan ( 2 Gor 2009)

David Miliband: ...the Middle-East is also a high priority for the EU and for the UK. We will continue to work towards a comprehensive peace based on a two-state solution, involving a secure Israel alongside a viable Palestinian state.

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Israel ( 9 Gor 2009)

Ivan Lewis: ...Jerusalem and freedom of worship there for those of all faiths. The UK continues to support a two-state solution to the Arab-Israeli conflict, with Jerusalem as the capital of both Israel and a new Palestinian state and guaranteed freedom of worship for all.


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