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Asked for an update on the UN Resolution on Iraq, the PMS said that she did not want to pre-empt what might transpire later today. However, it was important for people to recognise that a lot of work had been done on this issue. We were very happy with the way things had gone and we were also very satisfied with the language in the Resolution, which was just what we had been looking for. The day the Resolution was passed would be a good day for Iraq and the UN.

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