Security Council delegates say no agreement on Iraq, but summit welcome

[JURIST] Ambassadors from UN Security Council members Germany and Pakistan spoke briefly at a press stakeout at UN Headquarters in New York Friday morning. While indicating there was as yet no agreement within the Council on an Iraq resolution, both delegates welcomed the newly-scheduled weekend summit in the Azores of leaders from draft sponsors UK, Spain and the United States. The ambassador from Pakistan also indicated that six of the non-permanent Security Council members were continuing negotiations amongst themselves on a possible new draft. Watch video from the UN.

 

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