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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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McCully to New York for Security Council debate
Murray McCully | Foreign Affairs Foreign Minister Murray McCully travels to New York tomorrow to participate in an open debate in the Security Council on the United Nations Charter. “To mark its presidency of the UN Security Council, and the 70th anniversary of the UN Charter, the Foreign Minister of China is hosting an open debate focused on how the Security Council can better support peace and security,” Mr McCully says. ...read more
NZ statement to UNSC Open Debate
Murray McCully | Foreign Affairs UN Security Council Open Debate: Maintenance of International Peace and Security. Statement by Foreign Minister Murray McCully. Delivered Monday 23 February (New York) Thank you Mr President. New Zealand congratulates China for this initiative. We agree that the 70th Anniversary is the right time for the Council to undertake a measure of serious self-examination, and to assess where we are performing well, and where we are not. We agree that the Council needs to do much better. That is clearly the view of UN Members. ...read more
NZ boosts diplomatic efforts to counter ISIL
Murray McCully | Foreign Affairs Foreign Affairs Minister Murray McCully today outlined the further diplomatic and humanitarian measures being considered as part of the government’s response to ISIL and the ongoing fighting in Iraq and Syria. “The New Zealand government has been very clear that in addition to deploying non-combat troops to help train Iraqi forces, we also need to take steps to combat ISIL at the diplomatic level and provide humanitarian support to those displaced by the fighting in the region,” Mr McCully says. ...read more
New Ambassador to Ethiopia and the AU
Murray McCully | Foreign Affairs Foreign Minister Murray McCully has named diplomat Bruce Shepherd as New Zealand’s new Ambassador to Ethiopia and the African Union. “Our relationship with Ethiopia is developing quickly with potential for closer trade and economic ties,” Mr McCully says. “Addis Ababa is the home of the African Union, and is a base for engaging with all the states of Africa. “The Embassy has a significant role to play, contributing a New Zealand perspective on security and development issues, and working to open doors for New Zealand exporters. ...read more



 
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