Canlyniadau 161–180 o 400 ar gyfer "palestinian state"

Written Answers — House of Lords: Palestinian Reform (28 Mai 2002)

Lord Hylton: ...consider that the 1999 report of the Council on Foreign Relations Independent Task Force on Strengthening Palestinian Public Institutions provides a starting point for an internationally recognised Palestinian state; and, if so, whether they will bring the report to the attention of members of the European Union, the Commonwealth and the United Nations.

European Council (Seville) (24 Meh 2002)

Tony Blair: ...the Israelis and Palestinians can relaunch the peace process as rapidly as possible. As I have said many times, this must result in a secure Israel recognised by its Arab neighbours and in a viable Palestinian state. I repeat my praise of the six months of the Spanish presidency. On economic reform, reform of the Council and the sensitive issues of illegal immigration and asylum, it has...

European Council, Seville (24 Meh 2002)

Lord Williams of Mostyn: ...Israelis and Palestinians can re-launch the peace process as rapidly as possible. As I have said many times, this must result in a secure Israel recognised by its Arab neighbours; and in a viable Palestinian state. "I repeat my praise of the six months of the Spanish Presidency. On economic reform, reform of the Council and on the sensitive issues of illegal immigration and asylum, they...

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Middle East (25 Meh 2002)

David Winnick: ...responsible for suicide bombings to do precisely what they least want? We should start the peace process and bring about what should have been brought about years ago—a viable and independent Palestinian state that would have as much right to exist as the state of Israel. Will my right hon. Friend give the pledge today that he will do whatever he can on behalf of the British Government...

Middle East (25 Meh 2002)

Baroness Symons of Vernham Dean: ...than details. It is worth noting that the President has said that he has asked Secretary of State Powell to work intensively with Middle Eastern and international leaders to realise the vision of a Palestinian state, focusing them on a comprehensive plan to support Palestinian reform and institution building. He has charged his Secretary of State with taking that issue forward. The United...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (26 Meh 2002)

Robin Cook: My hon. Friend is right to draw attention to a serious issue that is, I am sure, of concern to all Members. We warmly support President Bush's call in his speech the other day for a viable Palestinian state. The way to achieve that is through movement on both sides—an end to the occupation and the settlements on one side, and an end to terrorism on the other. Without both, we shall not see...

G8 Summit ( 1 Gor 2002)

Tony Blair: ...are vital for progress: security for the Palestinian people, and a proper security infrastructure rebuilt; political reform of the Palestinian institutions—that is vital—en route to a viable Palestinian state, living side by side with a secure of Israel. As a result, if there are those changes on the Palestinian side, there must be from Israel in return the commitment to an end to...

American Farm Bill and Agricultural Trade ( 2 Gor 2002)

Lord Haskins: ...make a pre-emptive strike, undermining the approach to defence and NATO that we have taken for 60 years. It relates to unilateral decisions about recognising the democratically elected leader of the Palestinian state. It relates to the unilateral refusal to sign the Kyoto treaty and the refusal to co-operate on the International Criminal Court. It is a sort of John Wayne or Wild West...

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Middle East (23 Gor 2002)

Mike O'Brien: ...-building fields must proceed together. All parties have a role to play. The Palestinians must conduct security, political and economic reform, with an action plan agreed by the Quartet leading to a Palestinian state committed to combating terror. Israel must take immediate and concrete steps to support the emergence of a viable Palestinian state, including easing restrictions, releasing...

Iraq and Weapons of Mass Destruction (24 Med 2002)

Tony Blair: ...of progress. We need political reform for the Palestinian Authority, and we need a new conference on the middle east peace process, based on the twin principles of a secure Israel and a viable Palestinian state. We can condemn the terrorism and the reaction to it. As I have said many times in the House, frankly, that gets us nowhere. What we need is a firm commitment to action and a...

Iraq (24 Med 2002)

Lord Williams of Mostyn: ...of progress. We need political reform for the Palestinian Authority. And we need a new Conference on the Middle East Peace Process based on the twin principles of a secure Israel and a viable Palestinian state. We can condemn the terrorism and the reaction to it. But, frankly, that will get us nowhere. What we need is a firm commitment to action and a massive mobilisation of energy to get...

Iraq (24 Med 2002)

Baroness Symons of Vernham Dean: .... There is progress. It is slow and painful—and it is halting—but progress now is seen in the growing consensus that peace and security in the Middle East will come with the creation of a viable Palestinian state and an Israel within its borders and at peace with its neighbours. In the past few months, that shared recognition has been set out by the President of the United States and...

Written Answers — Prime Minister: Palestine (23 Hyd 2002)

David Winnick: To ask the Prime Minister if he will state Her Majesty's Government's policy towards a viable and sovereign Palestinian state in the occupied territories; and what recent discussion he has had with President Bush on this issue.

Foreign Policy (Terrorism) (31 Hyd 2002)

Mr David Chidgey: ...suffering of Palestinians. It is important to remember the causality of the issue. Militant Palestinian groups have clearly said that their main aims are to end Israeli occupation and establish a Palestinian state. At the moment, in the events leading up to the crisis in Iraq, the response of the Arab states to our concern about Iraq's failure to comply with United Nations Security Council...

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Israel ( 5 Tach 2002)

Mike O'Brien: ...settlement, not through force. We are committed to reviving final status negotiations by the end of the year. They must have explicitly as their aims an Israeli state free from terror and a viable Palestinian state based on UN Security Council Resolutions 242, 338 and 1397. We fully support the efforts of the Quartet to agree a roadmap which sets out a series of steps, leading to a final...

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Israel ( 5 Tach 2002)

Mike O'Brien: ...settlement, not through force. We are committed to reviving final status negotiations by the end of the year. They must have explicitly as their aims an Israeli state free from terror and a viable Palestinian state based on UN Security Council Resolutions 242, 338 and 1397. We fully support the efforts of the Quartet to agree a roadmap which sets out a series of steps, leading to a final...

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Israel ( 5 Tach 2002)

Mike O'Brien: ...settlement, not through force. We are committed to reviving final status negotiations by the end of the year. They must have explicitly as their aims an Israeli state free from terror and a viable Palestinian state based on UN Security Council Resolutions 242, 338 and 1397. We fully support the efforts of the Quartet to agree a roadmap which sets out a series of steps, leading to a final...

Address in Reply to Her Majesty's Most Gracious Speech (14 Tach 2002)

Baroness Symons of Vernham Dean: ...forward on what my right honourable friend the Prime Minister described as the only viable solution that the whole world supports in the Middle East—an Israeli state recognised by all and a viable Palestinian state. We need to reach out, too, to those in failing or failed nations, to help them to rebuild their fragile societies and to move away from military conflict, corruption and...

Address in Reply to Her Majesty's Most Gracious Speech (14 Tach 2002)

Lord Redesdale: ...accord could well have solved many of the problems. It is very unfortunate that the Saudi proposal was not carried forward. It could have guaranteed the sovereign status of Israel and allowed the Palestinian state to flourish. The settlements issue has to be resolved in the short term. The other issue that I wish to speak about is Iraq. Many noble Lords have spoken about it this evening,...

Orders of the Day — UN Security Council Resolution 1441 (25 Tach 2002)

Mike Gapes: .... I am a friend of Israel. I believe that the only hope for peace in the middle east is security for Israel, within recognised borders, vis-à-vis all its Arab neighbours, and that a viable Palestinian state must be committed to living in peace alongside Israel and not act as a base for incursions or terrorist action against it. Our only hope is for a change of politics and of Government...


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