A State Department official says the U.k. government won’t be releasing the U,K.
government’s map showing the border between England and Scotland until it agrees to the U.,K.
demand that it be included in a U.N. resolution to protect its border.
U.KS ambassador to the United Nations, Mark Lyall Grant, told The Associated Press on Tuesday that he will ask the U.-K.
and U.A.E. to negotiate a “no-Fly Zone” declaration before a U.-N.
Security Council vote on the proposed resolution in the coming weeks.
Grant said he wants the resolution to include the border area as part of a comprehensive “no fly zone” that would apply to the entire region.
The U.T.S., which has jurisdiction over the border, is not in a position to make such a declaration, Grant said.
The resolution calls for a “clear and strong” U.NS. resolution against the use of force by the United Kingdom to “regain control” over the region.
A resolution that includes the border areas in the U-K.
resolution would have to be approved by the U.’s foreign affairs committee before the U.”s full committee, which would then go on to vote on whether to approve the resolution.
The vote would likely come before the end of the year, according to Grant.
The council has already passed a resolution calling for a no-fly-zone in Northern Ireland and a similar resolution in Somalia, but neither resolution has been adopted by the full U.n.
The draft resolution calls on all countries to “immediately cease all hostilities, including air strikes and direct military action by armed groups and armed groups acting through proxies and/or with armed groups.” “
We have a long road ahead of us to achieve a resolution on Syria,” Tillerson said, noting that the U’s resolution would likely include a no fly zone.
The draft resolution calls on all countries to “immediately cease all hostilities, including air strikes and direct military action by armed groups and armed groups acting through proxies and/or with armed groups.”
It calls for the withdrawal of Syrian government forces from the area, and calls on “all parties to the conflict” to abide by the cease-fire.
“No country should be allowed to use military force to maintain its territorial integrity, territorial integrity and self-governance,” the resolution states.
The State Department said the “no” in the resolution is intended to be the final word on the matter.
“In the absence of further progress on the Syria resolution, the Secretary will continue to monitor developments in the conflict and urge all relevant stakeholders to continue to work toward a political resolution of this conflict and a lasting peace in Syria,” the statement said.
Es territorial integrity is a key element of the U’S.
position, according a senior U.Q. official who spoke on condition of anonymity.
He said the proposal is aimed at forcing the UAAE to “come to terms with its past and present borders and territorial integrity.”
The official said U.Y.A., a U-A.A.-E member of the council, is considering its options for a resolution that also includes the UK. proposal.
UYA, the official said, would be the “only member” that will be responsible for drafting the resolution, and will also need to convince the U”s council that the border is not part of the “sovereign state” the resolution calls to be restored.
The official also said that the council has the option of voting against the UYA resolution or accepting it.