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Greenstock Answers Reporters' Questions

Aired March 10, 2003 - 16:05   ET

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QUESTION: ... discovery this last week of this 7.5 meter drone in Iraq. Is it a big deal? Is it not a big deal? How do you see it?
SIR JEREMY GREENSTOCK, BRITISH AMBASSADOR: I'm not going to comment further on that. I think the United States wants to ask further questions on it. But that's up to the inspectors as to how -- I believe that they are investigating that particular dossier, we're very interested in some of the answers.

QUESTION: (UNINTELLIGIBLE) pretty clearly that France is going to veto any future resolution, irrespective of its content. Doesn't that make the diplomacy here slightly academic now.

GREENSTOCK: Well, we'll have to see whether that's literally true. I'm not going to stand here and comment on what President Chirac has said. Ministers may respond to that or not from London. Our job amongst colleagues in the Security Council, is to try and find a way forward that people can embrace. And I will continue to work on that. Thank you.

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