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This week at the Foreign Office

FCO plaque in King Charles Street. Crown copyright.

London, 21 September 2012

A look at the work of the Foreign Office and its embassies overseas this week.

"The UK will continue to work with the Afghan Government and people, as well as the international community, to build a stable future for Afghanistan"

Philip Parham

20 September 2012

Statement by Philip Parham,  UK Deputy Permanent Representative at the Security Council meeting on the situation in Afghanistan

“The United Kingdom, along with the international community at large, remains deeply concerned about Iran’s nuclear programme”

Ambassador Mark Lyall Grant at the Security Council Stakeout

New York, 20 September 2012

Statement by Ambassador Sir Mark Lyall Grant, Permanent Representative to the UK Mission to the UN, to the Security Council Meeting on Non Proliferation (Iran Sanctions).

"The UK remains deeply concerned about the unacceptably high and increasing number of perpetrators of grave violations against children"

Ambassador Sir Mark Lyall Grant

19 September 2012

Statement by UK Ambassador Sir Mark Lyall Grant to the Security Council Open Debate on Children and Armed Conflict

Foreign Office Minister welcomes declaration on Mongolia's Nuclear-Weapon-Free Status

Foreign Office Minister Alistair Burt MP

London, 17 September 2012

In New York today, the five Permanent Members of the UN Security Council (UK, US, France, Russia and China) and Mongolia adopted a declaration on Mongolia’s Nuclear-Weapon-Free Status.


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