The UK’s Foreign Secretary, William Hague, has paid tribute to the skills and sacrifices of British troops serving in Afghanistan during a visit to the country this week.
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Foreign Secretary pays tribute to UK forces in Afghanistan
Within Helmand, levels of insurgent activity have remained particularly low over the last month compared to previous periods, the Foreign Secretary William Hague said in the Government’s latest monthly progress report on Afghanistan.
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Hague: insurgent activity in Helmand low
UK Foreign Secretary William Hague updated parliament yesterday on events in Libya, saying that we are clear that Gaddafi should go, and it is impossible to see a viable or peaceful way forward for Libya until he does so.
Hague updates parliament on Libya
The Foreign Secretary, William Hague, has announced that the National Security Council has decided to expand the diplomatic team already in Benghazi, led by Christopher Prentice, to include an additional military liaison advisory team.
UK military liaison advisory team to be sent to Libya
As Britain continues military operations over Libya, Foreign secretary William Hague today said that coalition action enforcing UN Resolution 1973 has ‘prevented a huge loss of life and a humanitarian catastrophe’.
Action in Libya has prevented ‘humanitarian catastrophe’