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Statements and Articles

Statement on Colombia

September 5, 2012

PM responds to announcement that official peace negotiations between the Colombian government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (Farc) will begin in Oslo next month

Prime Minister's phone calls with Presidents Hollande and Obama

August 23, 2012

Syria and the Eurozone were discussed

On the death of the Prime Minister of Ethiopia, Meles Zenawi

August 21, 2012

"Our thoughts are with his family and with the nation of Ethiopia"

Paralympic Agitos flag flies over Downing Street

August 20, 2012

David Cameron: "2012 is set to be a fantastic celebration of world-class sport and it is also an incredible opportunity for ParalympicsGB to inspire many others"

David Cameron thanks Armed Forces, police and Olympic volunteers

August 13, 2012

"These Games have yet again shown that Britain is a great volunteering nation"

PM and Vice President Michel Temer of Brazil joint statment on maternal and child undernutrition

August 12, 2012

As the current and future hosts of the Olympic Games, we share a passion to unlock everyone’s potential. This starts with good nutrition and disease control in early childhood.

Food for the Olympians of the future

August 10, 2012

In an exclusive interview with First News, the Prime Minister says he hopes to harness the attention around London 2012 to tackle global hunger and malnutrition

Statement on Prime Minister's meeting with Prime Minister Borisov of Bulgaria

August 7, 2012

"The Prime Ministers agreed that Britain and Bulgraria should continue to cooperate closely in the EU to promote growth and competitiveness."

David Cameron welcomes Turkish Prime Minister, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan

July 30, 2012

The Prime Ministers discussed the strong trade and investment links between both countries and both welcomed the fact that they were well on track to meet the $20bn trade target by 2015.

Statement from Prime Minister on death of President John Atta Mills of Ghana

July 24, 2012

"President Mills was a tireless defender of democracy in West Africa and across the continent, and he will be greatly missed."