Canlyniadau 121–140 o 400 ar gyfer "palestinian state"

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Middle East (27 Tach 2001)

Geoffrey Clifton-Brown: Does not Israeli Foreign Minister Peres's statement that there is now broad agreement that a Palestinian state should be created represent a significant step towards a middle east peace settlement?

Middle East ( 5 Rha 2001)

David Winnick: ...that can have some influence on both Israel and the Palestinian Authority, but especially Israel, is the United States? Every effort should be made by the United States to bring about a viable Palestinian state, which, while it will not eliminate terrorism—no one has any illusions about that—will certainly help to undermine terrorism in that area.

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (12 Rha 2001)

Tony Blair: ..., based on two points of principle: the first is Israel's existence, secure and confident in its own borders, and accepted by the whole of the Arab world, and the second is the need for a viable Palestinian state. If people accepted those two fixed points of principle, we would have a chance of getting a peace process that worked. That is not only in the interests of the outside world; it...

International Terrorism (12 Rha 2001)

David Winnick: ...the terror during the Israeli prime ministerial elections? Is it not vital that, at long last, Palestinians get the justice that has been denied them? Does he therefore accept the need for a viable Palestinian state to end the Israeli occupation that has been taking place since 1967? Israelis deserve justice certainly, but why not Palestinians as well?

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Middle East (13 Rha 2001)

Ben Bradshaw: ...establish a permanent ceasefire, implement the recommendations of the Mitchell report and resume political negotiations aimed at delivering security for Israel and allowing for the emergence of a Palestinian state. He also met other EU Foreign Ministers at the General Affairs Council on 10 December. They agreed on the need for concerted international action. They reaffirmed their view...

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Middle East (17 Rha 2001)

Peter Hain: ...requires: the reaffirmation and full recognition of Israel's irrevocable right to live in peace and security within internationally recognised borders; the establishment of a viable and democratic Palestinian state and an end to the occupation of Palestinian territories. As a first step, the following pledges must be given: by the Palestinian authority: the dismantling of the Hamas and...

European Council (Laeken) (17 Rha 2001)

Tony Blair: ..., and that of all our partners, the only basis for durable peace in the middle east is full recognition of Israel's right to live in peace and security, together with the establishment of a viable Palestinian state. The members of the European Council will continue to do all that they can individually and through the good offices of the Secretary-General, Javier Solana, to whom I pay...

European Council, Laeken (17 Rha 2001)

Lord Williams of Mostyn: ...East. In our view, and that of all our partners, the only basis for peace in the Middle East is full recognition of Israel's right to live in peace and security and the establishment of a viable Palestinian state. The members of the European Council will continue to do all that they can individually, and through the good offices of the Secretary-General, Javier Solana, to whom I pay...

Afghanistan (17 Rha 2001)

Lord Inge: ...between Israel and the Palestinians. That deserves as much direct attention from America and Europe as does the war against international terrorism. While there is no sign of establishing a viable Palestinian state, the terrorists of the Al'Qaeda organisation will continue to believe that they have a cause. Perhaps I may now focus again on Afghanistan and refer to the situation there, the...

Middle East (17 Rha 2001)

Lord Clinton-Davis: ...'s proposals to end the international stalemate and the intifada? Why is there no possibility today of seriously arguing about peace? Surely there was a basis for discussing a shared Jerusalem, a Palestinian state and 95 per cent of the West Bank for the Palestinians. Why was the process terminated so abruptly, not by the Jews, but by the Palestinians? I think that there was a lack of...

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: General Affairs Council (19 Rha 2001)

Peter Hain: ...required: the reaffirmation and full recognition of Israel's irrevocable right to live in peace and security within internationally recognised borders; the establishment of a viable and democratic Palestinian State; and an end to the occupation of Palestinian territories. The Council stated that, as a first step, the following pledges had to be given: by the Palestinian authority to...

Written Answers — International Development: Palestinian Authority (19 Rha 2001)

Clare Short: ...the events of 11 September, there has been increased pressure from the international community for a resumption of productive dialogue, accompanied by renewed calls for the creation of a viable Palestinian state. This is the context for UK development assistance to Palestinians and Palestinian refugees. Our assistance is part of an international effort, with the international financial...

Adjournment (Christmas) (19 Rha 2001)

Jeremy Corbyn: ...occurs, and that, if both sides agree and wish it, some sort of United Nations policing operation is established. In 2002, I hope that we can look forward to the declaration of an independent Palestinian state, which will form the basis for long-term peace. What is happening in the middle east is horrific and the implications are wide. No one of whom I know supports what al-Qaeda and bin...

Middle East (15 Ion 2002)

Mr Roger Casale: ...he had not, but that no peace could be made with Yasser Arafat. However, Arafat more than anyone symbolises, and even personifies, to the international community Palestinian hopes and dreams for a Palestinian state. He told me that Arafat ordered the Karine A boat directly from Iran in collaboration with Hezbollah. That serious allegation threatens to escalate further the violence and the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (16 Ion 2002)

Tony Blair: ...and terrorism that are causing such destruction and misery in Israel, and—in my view—a guarantee from the Arab world about the security of the state of Israel. The second is a proper, viable Palestinian state in which Palestinians and Israelis can live side by side in justice together. We will certainly do all that we can to make progress on this issue.

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Middle East ( 5 Chw 2002)

Ben Bradshaw: ...followed by a visit to the United States that was crucial in persuading the Americans to become more engaged, in President Bush making a speech in which he became the first President to talk about a Palestinian state and in Colin Powell making a similar speech.

International Terrorism ( 4 Maw 2002)

Jim Murphy: ...events of recent weeks and months have made me uncertain as to whether that peace will be delivered by this generation of politicians. I also have absolute faith that there will indeed be a viable Palestinian state, and so there should be, that lives in security and peace alongside a secure neighbour, the state of Israel. The tragedy is that so many innocent people on both sides have died...

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Middle East (12 Maw 2002)

Norman Baker: ...enforced as well as those in respect of Iraq, as my right hon. and learned Friend the Member for North-East Fife (Mr. Campbell) noted? Is not the way forward to establish a genuinely independent Palestinian state, as well as to make sure that Israel's right to exist within its own borders, free from attack, is recognised by all? Did the Prime Minister also tell Vice-President Cheney that...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (13 Maw 2002)

Tony Blair: ...principle in that process. The first is the right of Israel to exist securely, and that should be accepted not just by the Palestinians but by all the Arab world. Secondly, there should be a viable Palestinian state, and that should be accepted by Israel and the international community. If we started from those two fixed points of principle, the other matters could be negotiated. What we...

European Council (Barcelona) (18 Maw 2002)

Tony Blair: ...security and then, as soon as possible, going back into a process. There are signs, first, that Israel recognises, as the UN Security Council did in an open way, that there will have to be a viable Palestinian state at the end of this negotiation and, secondly, in respect of Israel itself, that the whole of the Arab world—this is why I welcome the initiative that Crown Prince Abdullah...


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