Canlyniadau 21–40 o 4300 ar gyfer ceasefire

Israel and Gaza - Question (21 Mai 2024)

Lord Cameron of Chipping Norton: ...independence; it is up to the court to monitor Israel’s compliance. We have noted our concerns previously about this case, which we do not think is helpful in the goal of achieving a sustainable ceasefire. While there has been some progress in some areas of humanitarian relief, Israel must do more to make good its promises, and I am pressing them on this, directly. I regularly review...

Written Answers — Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Palestinians: Recognition of States (21 Mai 2024)

Andrew Mitchell: ...We abstained on the vote at the UN Security Council because we must keep our focus on securing an immediate pause in order to get aid in and hostages out; then making progress towards a sustainable ceasefire without a return to destruction, fighting and loss of life.

Israel and Gaza (20 Mai 2024)

David Lammy: ...have led to 35,000 Palestinian deaths; and 226 days where the risk of further regional escalation worsens every day. We will keep repeating our call until it happens: there must be an immediate ceasefire, as this House supported through Labour’s motion and as demanded by the United Nations Security Council resolution. Diplomatic pressure must now go into overdrive to bring the fighting...

Cynulliad Gogledd Iwerddon: Private Members' Business: Defence Industries (20 Mai 2024)

Gerry Carroll: Thanks, Deputy Speaker. I will come on to the intervention in a second. What is needed in Ukraine is a ceasefire, which Sunak and Biden have opposed every step of the way. What is not needed is a further escalation of war or cynical motions like the one here today. That brings me on to the workers here, who were mentioned. When it comes to paying bills or putting food on the table, people...

Defence: Middle East: Aid Delivery (20 Mai 2024)

Gill Furniss: Over the past few months, we have seen shocking levels of suffering in Gaza. The only sustainable way in which to end this humanitarian disaster is an immediate ceasefire and the return of all hostages, but in the meantime aid must be provided to save the lives of innocent civilians. Can the Minister explain why there has been only one shipment of UK aid in more than six months, and none so...

Conflict in Sudan: El Fasher - Commons Urgent Question (16 Mai 2024)

Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon: ...publicly called upon the RSF and the SAF “to protect civilians and spare Sudan from their wilful destruction and carnage We continue to pursue all diplomatic avenues to achieve a permanent ceasefire, and we welcome plans to restart the talks in Jeddah. We urge the region to refrain from actions that prolong the conflict and to engage positively with peace talks. We have used exchanges...

Conflict in Sudan: El Fasher (16 Mai 2024)

Anne-Marie Trevelyan: ...Forces and the Sudanese Armed Forces to protect civilians and “spare Sudan from their wilful destruction and carnage.” We continue to pursue all diplomatic avenues to achieve a permanent ceasefire, and we welcome plans to restart talks in Jeddah. We urge the region to refrain from actions that prolong the conflict and to engage positively in peace talks. We have used exchanges with the...

Written Answers — Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Darfur: Crimes against Humanity (16 Mai 2024)

Andrew Mitchell: ...Support Forces (RSF), have all the hallmarks of ethnic cleansing. These acts must stop immediately. The UK continues to pursue all diplomatic avenues to press the warring parties into a permanent ceasefire, to allow unfettered humanitarian access, to protect civilians, and to commit to a sustained and meaningful peace process. Atrocity prevention is one of the pillars of our Sudan strategy...

Written Answers — Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Gaza: Aid Workers and Civilians (15 Mai 2024)

Andrew Mitchell: ...is to secure a deal which gets the hostages out and allows for a pause in the fighting in Gaza. We must then work with our international partners to turn that pause into a sustainable, permanent ceasefire.

Written Answers — Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Question (15 Mai 2024)

Stephen Morgan: To ask the Deputy Foreign Secretary, what diplomatic steps he is taking to support international partners with ceasefire discussions between Israel and Hamas.

Written Answers — Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Sudan: Foreign Relations (15 Mai 2024)

Lord Benyon: ...working with a wide range of partners, including Gulf and African countries, the Intergovernmental Authority on Development, the African Union and the UN, to urge the parties to agree a permanent ceasefire, to allow unfettered humanitarian access, to protect civilians and to commit to a sustained and meaningful peace process. We welcome reported plans to restart talks in Jeddah, jointly...

Written Ministerial Statements — Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Sudan and El Fasher Update (15 Mai 2024)

Andrew Mitchell: ...This is the only way that the abhorrent violence currently taking place in El Fasher, as well as across Sudan, will stop. Indeed, we continue to pursue all diplomatic avenues to achieve a permanent ceasefire, and we welcome plans to restart talks in Jeddah, jointly led by the US and Saudi Arabia. We urge the region to refrain from actions that prolong the conflict, and to engage positively...

Prevention of Sexual Violence in Conflict — [Sir Charles Walker in the Chair] (14 Mai 2024)

Stella Creasy: ...violence in Israel and Palestine as part of the peace process. Let us not brush this under the carpet. Let us not say that once the conflict has been resolved—we all desperately want that urgent ceasefire—that is enough. Let us have accountability for all these mechanisms.

Cynulliad Gogledd Iwerddon: Members' Statements: Nakba (14 Mai 2024)

Pat Sheehan: ...of the people in Gaza, much less the institutions that sustain life. However, he cannot kill every Palestinian. That is not going to happen. For a resolution to happen there must be an immediate ceasefire. The Israelis must allow humanitarian aid in and completely withdraw all their military. The occupation must end, and, at the end of the day, there must be an independent, Palestinian state.]

Palestinians: Visa Scheme — [Martin Vickers in the Chair] (13 Mai 2024)

Tom Pursglove: ...… the fastest way to end the conflict is to secure a deal that gets the hostages out and allows for a pause in the fighting in Gaza. We must then turn that pause into a sustainable, permanent ceasefire. Regarding the situation in Rafah, our position has been consistent. We are deeply concerned about the prospect of a military incursion, given the number of civilians who are sheltering...

Written Answers — Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Gaza: Ceasefires (13 Mai 2024)

Matthew Pennycook: To ask the Deputy Foreign Secretary, what recent steps his Department has taken to help ensure all parties comply with resolution 2728 (2024) adopted by the UN Security Council on 25 March 2024.

Written Answers — Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Gaza: Israel (13 Mai 2024)

Andrew Mitchell: ...is to secure a deal which gets the hostages out and allows for a pause in the fighting in Gaza. We must then work with our international partners to turn that pause into a sustainable, permanent ceasefire.

Business of the House ( 9 Mai 2024)

Lucy Powell: ...the Government, again, did not come to the House to make a statement this week. It was only through your granting an urgent question, Mr Speaker, that Members could raise issues. We want an urgent ceasefire and the assault on Rafah stopped. After much delay, the Government rejected the Procedure Committee report on holding Lords Secretaries of State accountable, yet there is clearly...

Written Answers — Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Gaza: Ceasefires ( 9 Mai 2024)

Rachael Maskell: To ask the Deputy Foreign Secretary, what recent progress he has made on helping to negotiate a ceasefire in Gaza.

Countering Iran’s Hostile Activities — [Gordon Henderson in the Chair] ( 8 Mai 2024)

Chris Law: ...Gaza, missile attacks on Israel, or the targeted killing of diplomats. All parties now need to prioritise de-escalation, to abide by UN Security Council resolutions, and to implement an immediate ceasefire. We in the SNP condemn all acts of violence and breaches of international law, and are steadfast in the opinion that there cannot be a military solution to the continuing and...


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