The whole thing is going to die by suffocation.
what happens in the development section ... will influence positions on other parts of the document.
It's tough going, sometimes rough going.
There's a lot of talk but when it comes down to money our rich friends haven't done very much.
India should not have the license to kill with conventional weapons while our hands are tied.
The paper is far from our position. To be acceptable there would need to be changes.
I have no idea why my name or, in fact, any Pakistani name should have been pulled up. There are plenty of targets around, even for a fake plot. So, that was a bit surprising, to put it mildly.
Pakistan is against nonproliferation because it is always accompanied by disarmament. If [disarmament is] applied to some countries and not others, it will be dangerous to the security of the world This is not an issue of reaching compromises on language, this is an issue of national security.
Will we yield on the MDG? ... No, I don't think so. I think that MDG is now a concept, a slogan if you will, that has captured the imagination of common people around the world.
This increasingly became the likely outcome over the past few days, if not weeks, so it's not a surprise. I think the next stage has to be a healing process.
The outcome of the summit was not all we had hoped for. The agenda became loaded as the process went along.
We are looking at very, very difficult negotiations in the days ahead.