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London 17:36, 02 Jan 2013
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“Over the past several years, inter-mission cooperation has become an important characteristic of UN peacekeeping”

UN Photo/Logan Abassi

12 December 2012

Statement by Sir Mark Lyall Grant, Permanent Representative of the UK Mission to the UN, to the Security Council meeting on Inter-mission Cooperation in UN Peacekeeping

"The UK is delighted to express today our strong support for the Central Emergency Response Fund"

Young children being fed as part of a rehabilitation programme in Madhya Pradesh to reduce their chances of dying from malnourishment.

11 December 2012

Pledging statement by a UK Representative at the CERF Replenishment Conference

'We recognise the responsibility that all UN member states share to help the people of the Sahel'

United Nations Security Council Chamber

10 December 2012

Statement by the British Prime Minister's Special Envoy for the Sahel, Stephen O'Brien, at the UN Security Council debate on the Sahel; Towards A More Comprehensive and Coordinated Approach

"In establishing the Tribunals this Council sent an important signal of its commitment to the fight against impunity"

UN Headquarters New York

5 December 2012

Statement by Ambassador Philip Parham, Permanent Representative to the UK Mission to the UN, to the Security Council meeting on ICTY / ICTR reports

"Yemen demonstrates the value of the Security Council engaging actively in conflict prevention"

Evening view of Yemen / Copyright Getty Images

4 December 2012

Statement by Ambassador Sir Mark Lyall Grant, Permanent Representative of the UK Mission to the UN, to the Security Council Open Debate on the situation in Yemen


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