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ENG: Murray Stuart McCully (born 19 February 1953 in Whangarei, Northland) is a New Zealand politician. He is a member of the National Party, and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Minister for Sport and Recreation, and former Minister for the Rugby World Cup. Political career McCully first entered Parliament as MP for East Coast Bays on the North Shore of Auckland in the 1987 elections, and became MP for the new seat of Albany in the 1999 elections. In the 2002 elections he returned as MP for the reconstituted East Coast Bays seat. During the National government of 1990–1999, McCully served in a number of Cabinet roles, including those of Minister of Customs, Minister of Housing, Minister of Tourism, and Minister of Immigration. He has a reputation as one of the National Party's ...
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McCully Names New High Commissioner To Singapore

New Zealand's next High Commissioner to Singapore will be career diplomat Peter Hamilton, Foreign Minister Murray McCully announced today. Mr Hamilton will also be cross-accredited to the Republic of Maldives. "Singapore is one of New Zealand's closest friends. It is a key partner for us in South East Asia, and has long been a strong supporter of New Zealand's participation in Asian regional processes," Mr McCully said. "We are also both outward-looking nations, and our perspectives on many global and regional issues intersect. Singapore is New Zealand's our fifth-largest bilateral trading ...

Iran sentences disturb McCully

Foreign Minister Murray McCully has expressed deep concern at the 20-year prison sentences handed down by the government of Iran to the leadership of the Bahá'í faith. "New Zealand is dismayed that Iran has failed to uphold its international human rights commitments, and its own due legal processes in this case," McCully said. "I would hope to see the government of Iran grant the Bahá'í Yaran immediate bail, pending an appeal of the sentence." McCully said the sentences appear to be based wholly on the fact that the people are members of a minority religious group. ...

Murray McCully Sees Dialogue with Fiji as a Work in Progress

New Zealand Foreign Affairs Minister Murray McCully (pictured January 2010) flew to Suva to meet his Fijian counterpart Inoke Kubuabola. (Getty Images ) Concerned about Fiji's slow advancement towards democracy, New Zealand Foreign Minister Murray McCully flew to Suva this week to meet with Fijian counterpart Inoke Kubuabola. He said in a press release, "They would argue that the international community hasn't taken sufficient notice of their strategic framework for change process.""I've tried to listen to that discussion and to make sure that the international community, and ...

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UN Security Council: The situation in the Middle East, including the Palestinian question
Murray McCully | Foreign Affairs It is deeply disappointing to have to acknowledge that the comments I am about to make, and that others will make today, could have been made with equal force and relevance at any time in the last two and a half years since negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians were suspended.  We all express dismay and outrage about the violence affecting ordinary Israelis and Palestinians; and yet innocent lives continue to be lost. We all condemn settlements; and yet they continue to expand. ...read more
UN Security Council Ministerial Level Meeting on Aviation Security and Terrorism
Murray McCully | Foreign Affairs New Zealand welcomes today’s opportunity to discuss the serious threat to international peace and security posed by terrorist targeting of civil aviation. I thank UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson for his leadership on the resolution just adopted. Air links are critical to New Zealand. More than 99 percent of our international visitors arrive by air, and around 15 percent of our exports are transported by air. The security of international civil aviation is therefore of vital importance to my country. ...read more
UN Security Council Quarterly Debate on Afghanistan
Murray McCully | Foreign Affairs I thank Special Representative Yamamoto for his briefing. Sir, you have assumed your role at pivotal moment for Afghanistan.   Afghanistan has been at war for far too long. Indeed, most Afghan people have no memory of anything but war. New Zealand speaks today as a country that has supported Afghanistan in its pursuit of peace and stability over many decades, stretching back to the withdrawal of Soviet forces in 1989. ...read more
UN Security Council Statement after the Vote: Colombia adoption
Murray McCully | Foreign Affairs I will now make a statement in my capacity as Minister of Foreign Affairs for New Zealand. At the outset can I welcome the Colombian Permanent Representative to the Security Council today. The historic peace agreement concluded between the Government of Colombia and the FARC rebels on 24 August represents a significant milestone, one that offers the promise of a future of security and prosperity for all Colombians in the years to come. ...read more

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