HC Deb 26 October 1987 vol 121 cc11-2W
Mr. George Foulkes

asked the Prime Minister, if she will list all the intergovernmental organisations of which the United Kingdom is a member, giving for each one which Department has primary responsibility, which other Departments are involved, and in what ways, and whether Her Majesty's Government has a permanent diplomatic mission at the relevant organisation's headquarters.

The Prime Minister

[pursuant to her reply, 21 October, c. 734]: A list of international organisations for which the Foreign and Commonwealth Office is responsible for 1987–88 was published in class II, vote 2, sections A and B, and vote 5, section C, of the Supply Estimates. A list of other international organisations to which the United Kingdom subscribes for 1987–88 will be found in the appropriate Supply Estimates of the relevant Government Departments. Copies of all these documents are available in the Library of the House.

We have permanent diplomatic missions at the following:

  • Conference on Disarmament (Geneva)
  • Conference on Security and Co-operation in Europe (CSCE) (Vienna)
  • Council of Europe (Strasbourg)
  • European Community (Brussels)
  • International Atomic Energy Agency (Vienna)
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  • International Civil Aviation Organisation (Montreal)
  • IMF-IBRD (Washington)
  • North Atlantic Council (NATO) (Brussels)
  • OECD (Paris)
  • United Nations (Geneva)
  • United Nations (New York)
  • United Nations (Vienna)
  • MBFR (Vienna)
  • United Nations Centre for Human Settlements (Habitat) (Nairobi)
  • United Nations Environment Programme (Nairobi)
  • United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (Vienna) Asian Development Bank (Manila)
  • Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (Rome)