William Hague has called for a two state solution “which brings security to both Israelis and Palestinians.”
The Foreign Secretary told the Conservative Party Conference that the coalition government’s “strong support” of the Middle East peace process comes from the need for Britain to pursue foreign policy that reduces the human and financial costs of conflict.
Foreign Secretary William Hague has said he is “seriously concerned” about Israel’s actions and called for a full investigation.
Mr Hague gave a statement to the House of Commons today and said the government had expressed its “disappointment” to the Israeli government about its lack of access to the 37 British nationals who were on board the flotilla, of whom it has been in contact with twenty-eight.
He said: “We have demanded urgent information about and access to all UK nationals involved. Their welfare is our top priority at this time.