Results 421–430 of 430 for srebrenica

Royal Navy ( 6 May 1993)

Mr Jonathan Aitken: ...of 845 naval air squadron based in Split. Although their primary role is to assist with casualty evacuation of UN forces, they also took part in the airlift of sick and wounded civilians from Srebrenica, and they stand ready to carry out such humanitarian tasks again if needed. One other United Nations operation in which the Royal Navy is involved which I should mention is in Cambodia....

Bosnia ( 6 May 1993)

Mr Russell Johnston: dialogue with them, but that that decision makes it necessary for us to consider direct intervention to protect the Muslim enclaves which are besieged? In particular, does he agree that, in Srebrenica, the agreements about water supply given to General Morillon have been declared null and void? Does he agree also that, at Tuzla, where 700,000 are without means of feeding themselves, it...

Bosnia (29 Apr 1993)

Malcolm Rifkind: ...proposition, but we should pay close attention to a remark by the right hon. Member for Bethnal Green and Stepney (Mr. Shore). He told the right hon. Member for Yeovil that the 150 troops in Srebrenica are there only by the consent of the Serbian forces, who allow them to enter the city. Essentially, the right hon. Member for Yeovil must realise that a policy of safe havens can operate...

Bosnia (19 Apr 1993)

Hon. Douglas Hurd: With permission, I should like to make a statement on Bosnia. There is today a fragile ceasefire in Srebrenica. One hundred and thirty-three military and civilian wounded were evacuated yesterday by helicopter to Tuzla. It is hoped to bring out a further 200 today. British Sea King helicopters are taking part in this airlift. Canadian troops have been deployed into Srebrenica to monitor the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (15 Apr 1993)

Mr John Smith: ...just before Easter, he assured me during Prime Minister's Question Time that the Government were prepared to widen and to intensify sanctions against Serbia. In view of the appalling slaughter at Srebrenica, will the Prime Minister tell us what action the Government have taken since then?

Bosnia (14 Apr 1993)

Malcolm Rifkind: With permission, I should like to make a statement. The House will share the Government's feelings of outrage at the artillery attack on Srebrenica on Monday, in which, according to reports, at least 56 people were killed and 70 wounded. That was a new milestone of inhumanity in a conflict which had already spawned many atrocities. On that occasion, as on many others, the Bosnian Serbs...

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Bosnia (14 Apr 1993)

...including members of the European Community, have failed to keep their promises to provide food aid for Bosnia? Are we to stand aside and watch the slaughter of perhaps 50,000 innocent civilians in Srebrenica? Are not those all reasons why we should have an immediate recall of the Security Council to discuss the deteriorating situation in Bosnia? Is not it deplorable that the Government...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements ( 1 Apr 1993)

Mr John Smith: The Prime Minister will, I hope, be aware of the deep disquiet in the country about the events in Srebrenica. Does he agree that it is vital that the United Nations is enabled to resume its humanitarian relief convoys as a matter of urgency? Will the Government make it crystal clear to the Serbs that their barbaric disregard for humanity is simply not tolerable?

Points of Order (31 Mar 1993)

Michael Meacher: On a point of order, Madam Speaker. Have you received a request from the Foreign Secretary to make a statement on the reported deaths and chaos on the humanitarian convoys out of Srebrenica? The mayhem which is apparent again today clearly demonstrates two urgent requirements: first, the United Nations must arrange a regular relief lifeline to not only Srebrenica but Gorazde and other...

Clause 1: Treaty on European Union (30 Mar 1993)

Patrick Cormack: ...witnessing the brutality, repression and appalling atrocities that have been perpetrated, especially in Bosnia. No hon. Member on either side of the Committee can have observed the evacuation of Srebrenica in recent days with anything other than a sense of shock and shame. It is an indictment of our failure, as well as an illustration of our need to work together. I do not for a moment...

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